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GUEST POST: Protecting Your Credit: During and After a Divorce

Today I’ve asked Anselmo Moreno, the owner of Innovative Credit Solutions, to provide some information on protecting credit during a divorce. Protecting Your Credit: During and After a Divorce CREDIT […]

“Debt Division During Divorce”

“Debt Division During Divorce” In a divorce, the judge will not only divide up assets, but also debts. Generally speaking (with some exceptions) any debt incurred during the marriage is […]

“The Family House In Divorce: To Sell Or Not To Sell?”

“The Family House In Divorce: To Sell Or Not To Sell?” One of the main assets in a divorce is often the family residence. There are two possible scenarios, depending […]

“What Really Causes Divorce?”

“What Really Causes Divorce?” Sometimes the cause of divorce is quite obvious: cheating, substance abuse, alcoholism, domestic violence. These cases are easy to understand. Many other times, however, none of […]

“Why Small Business Owners Have No Retirement Savings”

“Why Small Business Owners Have No Retirement Savings” As a family law attorney, I see the inner workings of the financial lives of a lot of different people. Government workers, […]

“Abusive and Traumatizing Statements to Children and Restraining Orders”

“Abusive and Traumatizing Statements to Children and Restraining Orders” One of the hardest things for a judge to control in a family law case is statements from one parent to […]

“Why Social Media Is So Dangerous In Family Law Cases”

“Why Social Media Is So Dangerous In Family Law Cases” Social media is a major part of people’s lives these days—it can even be hard to stay connected to family […]

“Is Mental Abuse Enough For A Restraining Order?”

“Is Mental Abuse Enough For A Restraining Order?” What conduct is sufficient to support the issuance of a restraining order is a matter that has been discussed, over and over, […]

“What Is A Putative Marriage?”

“What Is A Putative Marriage?” A putative marriage is a term used in California to refer to people where at least one person thought they were married, but the marriage […]

“My Child Is Struggling In School. Can My Ex Change Custody?”

“My Child Is Struggling In School. Can My Ex Change Custody?” School struggles are common for children going through a family split. It is generally accepted that there may be […]

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