Timing Is Everything In Characterizing Property

Timing Is Everything In Characterizing Property

It is generally well known that California is a community property state. That means all ...
The Income and Expense Declaration

The Income and Expense Declaration

In nearly every family law matter a financial disclosure form, known as the Income and ...
The Impact of a Divorce on Your Business

The Impact of a Divorce on Your Business

Most business owners don’t head into marriage thinking about doomsday scenarios, ...
The Financial Aspects of Your Dissolution

The Financial Aspects of Your Dissolution

Whether you have children or not, whether you have a large marital estate or a small ...
The Differences of a High Net Asset Divorce

The Differences of a High Net Asset Divorce

What makes the high net asset divorce different? In these divorces there are likely ...
Right Of Reimbursement Survives Premarital Agreement And Quitclaim Deed

Right Of Reimbursement Survives Premarital Agreement And Quitclaim Deed

The case of Marriage of Carpenter, 2002 DJDAR 8219 was decided July 22, 2002. The case ...
Retirement Benefits Purchased During Marriage: Community Or Separate?

Retirement Benefits Purchased During Marriage: Community Or Separate?

Here is what happened: Husband served in the United States Air Force for four years ...
Reimbursement to the Community for Educational Loan Payments

Reimbursement to the Community for Educational Loan Payments

California Family Code, section 2641 sets forth the conditions under which a spouse must ...
Recovering The Separate Property Funds You Brought Into The Marriage

Recovering The Separate Property Funds You Brought Into The Marriage

What you had before you got married is yours, not your spouse’s, not the&# ...
Put Your Tax Refund to Work

Put Your Tax Refund to Work

In 2014, the average tax refund was about $2,700. If you got that much this year, what ...