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Dividing Property in a Divorce

Dividing Property in a Divorce Our divorce attorneys spend countless days negotiating property and assets in divorce cases. In fact, the bulk of your divorce could easily focus on spitting the items ...
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Child Support Agreed Amounts

Child Support Agreed Amounts If you are one that has agreed with your ex spouse on child support amounts, the amount may be different then guideline support. The Judge will usually approve an order ...
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Attorneys to fight CPS Case

Attorneys to Fight CPS Cases Juvenile Dependency cases can be frightening to parents involved. Similar to a criminal case, you will be provided an appointed attorney. This may not be your choice in ...
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Domestic Violence - The Impact

People facing Domestic Violence abuse deal with emotional and financial issues after reporting. In cases where the violence has gotten out of hand and law enforcement is called to the house, an arrest ...
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Hidden Business Accounts in Divorce

In a divorce with a family business, one spouse often attempts to hide assets. If you suspect this is happening to you, call the 24 year law firm of Richard K. Isles. Our attorneys have unlocked the ...
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Child Support - Don't Go Overboard

Have you kept up your end of the bargain and over paid child support because you agreed to pay extra at the time of your divorce? This is a common occurrence. The difficulty begins when all your ...
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Communicating and Cooperating in Child Custody Cases

Divorce alone can be difficult for children so how can divorcing parents help the impact it may have as their children are growing up in two households? Cooperative parenting between parents is the ...
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Drugs & Divorce - A perfect pair

It is no secret that drug and alcohol abuse are grouped into the top 5 reasons people get divorced in current times. This can be the demise of a great number of marriages. Addiction to substances is ...
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All About Annulments

What is an annulment and who can get them? In a state where the divorce rate is high and the process of legally ending a marriage can come with some undesirable aspects, many people choose the route ...
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Filing for Divorce

When you are looking to file for divorce, the first thing that you should start with is preparing what you will need. This can be a difficult process and by preparing beforehand, you can help provide ...
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Aggressive Temecula Domestic Violence Defense Attorney

When an accused spouse has been charged with Domestic Violence, they are not playing on equal playing fields. The people involved do not have equal bargaining power The accused may feel as if they are ...
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What to Expect When You're Divorcing

Divorce is most certainly one of those things everyone would like to see happen quickly. Naturally, those in the midst of a heated divorce are anxious for the marriage to end and move on. If you are ...
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Divorced? Of Course!

There are numerous reasons you may consider dissolving your marriage. If you have found yourself in this unsettling and worrysome stage of life, consider a few of these somewhat relieving facts: 60% ...
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Who gets the House?

Generally, the largest single asset a couple has is their house. If you are divorcing, you may be wondering what happens to the house. The simplest way to divide it is to list and sell the home and ...
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Divorce as a Threat

Sometimes, an unhappy spouse conjures up the idea that filing for divorce will straighten out their spouse. No matter how hard a person tries, they just cannot get their spouse to "act" the ...
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Divorce and Counseling

Let's face it, couples don't want to go through divorce if it isn't necessary, yet those who make the ultimate decision to split may try marital counseling first. When one spouse wants to ...
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Divorce and Unemployment

When seeking to obtain a spousal support award, your work status at the time of divorce plays a large factor. Our judges are versed in alimony decisions and will raise an eyebrow at litigants who ...
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Photo Evidence - Get Yours Now!

A Picture is worth a thousand words but divorce changes the old adage a little to "dollars" rather than "words". In Divorce, a photograph of valuable property can mean hundreds or ...
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Planning Ahead for Divorce

Planning for Divorce can take time. When you know a divorce is apporaching there are various ways of obtaining financial information that can be extremely beneficial in the event of court battle. For ...
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The Top Ten Mistakes People Make in Divorce

If ever there was anything I could present to anyone facing a new California divorce case it would have to be the information you are about to read. You are probably getting advice from everyone who ...
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When Not to Listen to Your Ex

I once heard a lawyer say if your ex tells you to use their attorney, smile and run (don't walk) out to find competent legal counsel for yourself. This is one of our listed most common mistakes in ...
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Holidays and Child Visitation Schedules

If you are divorcing with children, facing holidays and special events can be a struggle. The reason is two fold. One is the emotional level due to remembering prior holidays such as Christmas and ...
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Sentenced to Sole Custody

In child custody disputes, a parent may think it would just be easier to have sole custody and keep the other parent out of their life. Think again if this is your thought process. While a break up ...
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The Ultimate Decision in Divorce

Divorce on its own is difficult for most people due to the height of emotions involved. There really is no win or lose - Your choice in a family law attorney should be based on experience, strategy, ...
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Cooperative Communication

In a divorce with children, unless you have sole custody until the children turn 18, verbal contact with your ex is destined and when it comes to your child's welfare, it's actually necessary. ...
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