One of the most challenging aspects of a divorce is the financial impact it has on your life. As you separate finances from your soon to be ex-spouse, you need to be prepared for the upcoming potential conflicts involving asset division, as well as ensure that you can cover your expenses once you’re on your own. We’ve compiled a set of critical tips to keep in mind as you move forward with the divorce process in California.
As tax season approaches, many parents look forward to a hefty tax return. However, divorced or separated parents often wonder whether they can claim their children, as only one parent can take advantage of the exemption claim per tax year. In order to shed some light on this issue, this post highlights a few ways in which many couples, or the courts, proceed to resolve this issue. Broadly speaking, arrangements are usually tied to the current custodial arrangement that is in place.
At the Office of James P. White, we believe in advocating for our clients and letting them choose the route that best works for their interests and needs. This inspired us to write the following blog post, as we have noticed that most people don’t know the “right” questions to ask an attorney before letting them handle your delicate divorce and family law legal matters.
We at the Law Office of James P. White understand that child custody disputes are difficult and challenging affairs for all involved parties. Emotions run high, which can lead to a costly lapse of judgement from your part. This is why we drafted these quick pointers to keep in mind as you navigate your child custody dispute in California. Always keep these tips in mind as you work through these delicate affairs, and above all, remember to recruit the assistance of a qualified legal professional who can lend you their expertise.
At the Law Office of James P. White, we get many questions about divorce, especially early on as individuals look to weigh their options. One of the main questions that we get is “how quickly can I get a divorce?” Unfortunately, there is no straight answer to this question because, as with many things in life, it varies depending on what factors are at play.