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Month: February 2017

Divorce doesn’t mean you have to waive your rights

Those in California who have ended their marriages understand how complex and challenging the process can be. However, just because you've chosen to divorce does not mean you are forfeiting your personal rights. What rights you have pertaining to your divorce depends...

Some debts outlive your marriage

What seemed practical and wise then may feel foolish now. When you and your spouse consolidated your student loans, you expected to work together to pay them off, bearing the burden as a couple. However, you did not count on a divorce and the headache of dividing...

Getting a divorce without acting like enemies

Many couples in California will end their marriages in court this year. Although divorce is seldom easy, it need not pit two people against each other as enemies. Such situations can often be prevented by seeking sound counsel and effective guidance before going...

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