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How Do Courts Divide Debt in a Divorce?

When you’re getting a divorce in the state of California, you need to know that we live in what’s called a community property state. What that means is that the property you own – for the most part – belongs to both parties in your marriage. The same is true for debt; you both own it in most cases. That …

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Debt and Divorce in California

The division of debt can be one of the most contentious issues of divorce, so it’s imperative that you work with a Stockton divorce lawyer who understands how to negotiate and who’s willing to fight hard for your rights. But how is debt divided in a divorce in California, and what can you do to make the negotiation process easier? …

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The Bitcoin Divorce: How Do Courts Divide Cryptocurrency?

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are treated like property in a divorce – but how does division of these assets work in California? So far, it’s been a little bit tricky, so here’s what you need to know if your divorce involves Bitcoin or another cryptocurrency. The Bitcoin Divorce: How Do Courts Divide Cryptocurrency? When you’re talking to your Stockton divorce …

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How Quickly Can You Get a Divorce in California?

Once you’ve made the decision to divorce, you’ll probably want to get the process over with as soon as possible – most people do. There are things you can do to make your divorce go more smoothly (like reaching agreements on your own or working with a divorce mediator), but how long will it take? How Quickly Can You Get …

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Let’s Talk About Spousal Support in Stockton, CA

When you’re divorcing your spouse, you have the right to ask for spousal support. While every case is different, and there’s no way to predict how a judge will rule in an individual case, chances are good that if you need spousal support, the state of California will award it to you. What is Spousal Support? Commonly called alimony, spousal …

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What is Collaborative Divorce in California?

There’s no question about it: Divorce is tough. However, a collaborative divorce can make things easier on you, your soon-to-be ex-spouse, and your children. What is Collaborative Divorce? The term collaborative divorce refers to the process of resolving your differences together rather than fighting things out in court. It involves negotiation (and sometimes mediation) so that both parties can walk …

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Divorce: It’s More than Just a Legal Process

Marriage, separation, and divorce are more than a series of legal issues. Chances are, if you have found this website, you have been through an emotional roller coaster, have thought long and hard regarding the possible consequences your decision to divorce will have on those you love, and have ultimately made a choice that you feel is best for your …