The focus of our blog posts is usually on the divorce proceedings themselves, which makes sense given that most of our clients retain us to help them during the divorce itself. With that said, we want to mix things up a bit today and go over some tips that you should keep in mind once the divorce has concluded.
We see it far too often during divorce proceedings in CA: a sneaky spouse does what he/she can to hide assets, often to much success. This can stack things unfairly against the other person, not to mention the illegality of the act itself. For this post, we’re going over tips that can help you uncover your spouse’s attempts at hiding assets and ensuring that you get your fair share of the community property.
Divorced parents and their children often get a bad rap. We’ve all heard the myths about how divorce “messes up” kids and hurts their chances to be healthy, normal adults. We say myth because while none of these statements have ever been quantified, recent studies are beginning to prove just the opposite.
Once the dust settles and child support payments are figured out, many parents quickly begin to think about how they may best put this money to use. This is a good question, especially if your ex is unreliable or uncooperative, leaving you with the short end of the stick when you least expect it.