Community property concerns and your California divorce
Community property concerns and your California divorce
Community property concerns and your California divorce Since California is a community property state, you and your spouse must divide your marital property and debt equally. Many divorcing couples dread the property division process but understanding the community property aspect and preparing in advance can lower the stress level. How community property division works Any […]
What does it mean that California is a community property state?
What does it mean that California is a community property state? You may have heard that California is a community property state. This means that all property a couple acquires during marriage belongs to both of them equally under the law and that the couple will need to divide them evenly in case of divorce […]
How do you change a custody order? When you and your spouse divorce, the court issues an order for child custody and visitation. Family law decisions involving children always make their interests a primary consideration. However, as your children get older, their needs and interests may change. At the same time, your circumstances, or those […]
Mutual abuse allegations allow female abusers to shift blame
Mutual abuse allegations allow female abusers to shift blame It is very difficult to gauge how many men experience abuse at the hands of a domestic partner. Statistics indicate that as many as one-third of all men may experience it at some point, but researchers acknowledge that many cases may go unreported and therefore uncounted. […]
Can a summary dissolution help me avoid the headaches of divorce?
Can a summary dissolution help me avoid the headaches of divorce? Splitting couples in California often look for any viable option to avoid the divorce process. If you are in this position, one option you may consider is a summary dissolution. A summary dissolution under California law is a divorce, but it offers an expedited […]
How does relocation affect California child custody?
When one parent wants to relocate out of state in the months or years following a divorce, this decision can disrupt an existing custody arrangement. The other parent can decide whether to agree to the move or contest it in court. Review the factors in California that apply to child custody and long-distance relocation. The role […]
Types of protective orders in California On behalf of Ryan Family Law | Sep 25, 2020 | Firm News | Spousal abuse does not necessarily start with physical violence or threats of harm, but a person has options to reduce that risk when their safety is on the line in California. But not all protective […]
How quickly can my divorce go? On behalf of Ryan Family Law | Sep 7, 2020 | Divorce | Divorce is generally not an enjoyable process, so it is natural that most people want to get the process over with as quickly as possible. However, in California there are some laws that address the minimum […]
Madera mother killed while protecting her kids On behalf of Ryan Family Law | Aug 3, 2020 | Firm News | Those people in San Diego County who have never had to deal with the issue of domestic violence may find it difficult to understand why one experiencing such abuse would not simply walk away […]
The 5 types of California alimony awards On behalf of Ryan Family Law | Aug 13, 2020 | Divorce | The media portrays alimony like a life sentence — something that no one is happy about except for the person suing for it. It can feel like a sniping, exploitative loophole designed to stoke animosity […]
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