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What you need to know about high-net-worth divorces Divorce cases involving high-net-worth individuals (HNWI) are going to be incredibly complex when it comes to dividing assets. In California, all marital property is considered community property, and therefore be divided equally. Consider that these cases may involve a combination of the following: Savings and checking accounts […]

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Do not expect to “win” in a divorce case Divorces are difficult, and many people go into the process thinking they are going to win against their soon to be ex-spouse. The truth is, divorces involve many complex issues, and rarely do both sides end up with everything they want. Do not go into a […]

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Pinpointing the cost of a divorce can be difficult When it comes to overall divorce numbers, there are statistically fewer divorces today than there were in the year 2001. According to the latest year of data available from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there are around 2.9 divorces per 1,000 Americans, […]

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The conflict and emotional stages of a divorce Many people may be familiar with the steps presented here, as they mirror the general stages of grief. However, these will include divorce specific examples. Denial: Many people who are going through a divorce find it difficult to accept that they are actually going through a separation. […]

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Important tips for dealing with a high asset divorce in Thousand Oaks A high asset divorce can also be classified as a complex divorce because it will almost certainly require specialized assistance. These divorces can include numerous asset types, including: Savings and checking accounts Division of real estate Retirement accounts (401ks, IRAs, etc.) Investment portfolios […]

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Community and separate property California is a community property state, meaning that assets and debts acquired during a marriage are considered to be the equal property of both spouses. While there are exceptions, this status means that both spouses have a right to an equal share of the value of the marital estate regardless of […]

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The one-day divorce The one-day divorce programs being offered in San Diego and Sacramento are a response to a large number of self-represented litigants currently before California’s family courts. Over 70 percent of family law cases involve a party who is not represented by a lawyer. The one-day program is designed to help these self-represented […]

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Extensive online evidence A person’s activity on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram and various other platforms may provide evidence during divorce proceedings. Statuses, comments, private messages, images, videos and location check-ins may all offer insights into a person’s life or activities. As Forbes and The Huffington Post explain, this information may affect the following aspects of […]

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