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Divorce & Advice for Domestic Violence Victims

Domestic violence involves physical harm or threats to harm someone who is an intimate partner, a family member, a current or former household member, or someone who is closely related through blood or marriage. However, under California law, domestic violence … Continue reading

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Legal Documents to Review After Divorce

After you’ve finalized your divorce, you may need to look over your other legal documents with an attorney. Your finances and estate plan may need to be adjusted to reflect your new life situation and avoid unintended consequences. Your Will … Continue reading

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What should I do if I think my spouse will become violent if I ask for a divorce?

Invariably, long-married couples reach a stage where one might joke that “the honeymoon’s over” — but sometimes it isn’t a joke. And sometimes it doesn’t take very long for a couple to reach that point where one partner may consider … Continue reading

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What is a Financial Disclosure in Divorce?

Both parties to a divorce are required to make a full financial disclosure of all of their assets and debts at the time of separation. This allows a court to determine which property interest are part of the marital estate … Continue reading

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What Is A Parenting Coordinator In A Chicago Divorce?

A divorcing couple is inherently in a state of disagreement.  When the parties have children, the disputes between the couple can bleed into the parenting arrangements made for temporary parenting time. Many couples will already be in a parenting time … Continue reading

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