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Month: August 2016

What To Expect From Divorce Mediation

While many people have probably heard of mediation, it may not be exactly what they pictured. For most couples going through a divorce, a divorce mediation is likely in their cards. In many states, mediation is required before a couple can proceed with litigation....

Divorce Can Be Seasonal Says Study

Exactly when people tend to file for divorce the most is not an exact science. There are a multitude of factors for each individual divorce situation. Every married couple's circumstance is unique and of course can't be pigeon-holed into exact seasonal trends....

Avoid these estate planning pitfalls

Many California residents are concerned with protecting their assets and creating thorough plans for the distribution of inheritance and other related issues should they die or become incapacitated. Those who want to avoid common estate planning mistakes may be...

Revocable trusts may create false sense of security

Asset protection and minimization of financial risk are important estate planning topics addressed by many in California. Included in many plans are revocable trusts, which some consider a means of asset protection, while others say this is not the case. Because such...

Impact of Divorce On Estate Planning

The road to getting a divorce finalized is different for every person. Whether your divorce was quick and efficient because you and your spouse were able to be amicable and cooperative or the divorce was drawn out for two years through intense divorce litigation, you...