Starting next year, California courts will no longer treat domestic pets solely as property in a divorce. Sponsored by Assemblyman Bill Quirk, D-Hayward, Assembly Bill 2274 will determine the continuity of a pet's care in California couples' divorce proceedings.
When you decide that you are going to divorce, you need to ensure that you aren't doing anything that is going to sabotage your case. There are many things that might do this so you need to take a look at what's going on and make a plan for how you will handle it all.
There might be times during your divorce when you feel like you are alone. This can be a difficult time in your life, but it is important that you find the support system that you need to help you through it. There are different types of support that you might benefit from in these situations.
A new study released by Student Loan Hero recently has found that student loan debt has caused quite a few couples to get divorced. Divorce is most commonly caused by infidelity, credit-card debt, anger issues, violence, trust issues and more.
Joint credit cards are a smart move for married couples for a couple of reasons. The first of which is that things will be pretty cut and dry if the marriage ends in divorce. Dividing the debt will be as easy as looking at the latest statement for each credit card. But, what if one of the parties has a secret credit card? Let's explore this in today's post.
On July 1, 2011, Maria Shriver filed for a divorce from Arnold Schwarzenegger after finding out that he had an affair and fathered a child with the housekeeper. It might shock some people to learn that now, seven years later, the divorce still isn't finalized.
A marriage is a relationship that requires a lot of work and give and take. There are times when a marriage begins to falter. The way your relationship rebounds is based on how the two of you work together to fix the problem. If the problem cannot be fixed it could lead to more serious issues such as divorce. So, how can I tell if divorce is in my future?
No other marriage is exactly like yours; however, you may find that many spouses have gone through experiences similar to yours leading up to divorce. While it won't take away the emotional pain of your own marital breakup, knowing you are not alone in the struggle may be of some comfort as you navigate the divorce process and try to make plans for your future that are in the best interests of your children.
The terms of a divorce are handled on a case-by-case basis. You can't base what you want off of what someone else got. If you are heading toward divorce or are in the process of getting a divorce, you need to ensure that you are taking steps to protect yourself and your interests. We are here to help you determine what options you have and how they will impact your future.
Spousal support is an important part of a divorce agreement. You won't always get what you want when asking for this type of support but it never hurts to ask in the first place. These payments can be used for a myriad things in life, which is why you should know ahead of time what they are. So, what exactly can you use the spousal support payments you receive from your ex in California?