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Divorce

Divorce is largely driven by women: study

When we think about divorce, we often think about the cheating husband. Indeed, if one only got their divorce information from movies and TV, they would be under the impression that men are the primary drivers of divorce. However, in 2009, researchers sought out to...

Should pets be treated like the sofa in a divorce?

Pets are our funny, furry companions that provide us with companionship and unconditional love. This love becomes all the more meaningful if pet owners decide to divorce. When pet parents divorce, who gets to keep the pet? Pets as property? Prior to 2018, when it came...

What to expect if you file for divorce

Are you thinking about ending your marriage? It is okay if you are, and it is even more okay that you find yourself doing some research before pulling the trigger. It is wise to understand what you’re getting yourself into if you decide to pursue a divorce in the...

Do we have to fight it out in divorce court?

Divorce can be a scary word, especially as we approach the holiday season. However, with the ever-increasing divorce tsunami hitting across the country, those thinking of divorce are probably trying to figure out if there are options. After all, does everyone really...

Can I avoid divorce litigation?

When many California residents think about the divorce process, they imagine fighting things out in court. While litigation is the traditional route to ending a marriage, and it is unavoidable in some cases, it is not something every couple has to go through. There...

Using an appraiser in a divorce

Dividing assets can be the most complex and contentious issue in a California divorce, especially if either spouse has been previously married or if the couple owns significant assets. Before deciding whether to retain an appraiser, a spouse on the cusp of a divorce...