Category Archives: Divorce

California Supreme Court Moves to Make Bar Exam Easier to Pass

California Supreme Court Moves to Make Bar Exam Easier to Pass With passage rates for the test sagging, the court has asserted its authority over the exams, traditionally among the toughest in the country. California Supreme Court Moves to Make … Continue reading

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What is the right approach to divorce?

If you are getting divorced, your opinions may be shaped by the horror stories that you have heard about knock-down, drag out fights over custody and property that lasted for years. You may also think that divorcing couples are forever … Continue reading

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Doing an uncontested divorce? Talk to an attorney first

As divorce attorneys, we get this question from time to time. It is generally better to consult an attorney about the potential legal issues in a divorce (even though it is uncontested) so that you understand what you are getting … Continue reading

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How to notice signs of financial infidelity

Before a divorce, there may be many things that make you suspicious of your spouse. Errant text messages, inconsistent stories and emotional distance are a few things that come to mind. Why physical and emotional infidelity may be easy to … Continue reading

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Don’t forget about retirement during divorce

Given all that divorce involves, it’s not surprising that some people might take a “first things first” attitude. As couples attempt to sort out the details of their separate lives for the period of time immediately after divorce, it may … Continue reading

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