September 2013 Archives

Charlie Sheen child support payments reduced in California

Divorce can be a trying time for any couple: Each party may be disillusioned at the thought that their partner was not who they had initially expected them to be. If the couple has children, the situation can be even tougher in terms of determining who will gain custody of the children and how much child support they should be awarded. A judge in California will make the final decisions in these areas unless the couple can reach an agreement on their own.

Divorce in California involves possible alimony, split of assets

When a couple goes through a divorce, they may struggle with a variety of emotions, from anger to hurt. In the midst of these emotions, it can be hard to concentrate on the crucial financial matters wrapped up in the divorce. However, failure to address these areas properly in California can actually cause financial ruin to an individual or prevent them from getting the assets that are due to them. One recent article describes why pursuing legal expertise is paramount in helping a person to maximize what is owed to them in a divorce situation.

Divorce in California may involve dividing shared assets in half

Divorce can be a painful experience, signifying the failure of a union that was intended to last until death. When a couple's marriage has died and they must part ways, it is easy to overlook who should receive what part of the assets they both owned together. A recent article explains what to expect in California when dealing with the splitting of shared assets and even alimony and child support during a divorce proceeding.

Real estate property division may be improving

For California residents, a slowly improving real estate market may mean an easier path to divorce. Real estate property division is a significant factor for many who choose to end their marriage, and a depressed real estate market can lead some to delay filing for divorce until the chances of a successful sale have improved. However, recent property sale trends suggest that now may be the best time to file for divorce and begin the process of building a strong financial foundation for the years ahead.

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