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March 2016 Archives

The home can be a contentious item in property division

Divorce can be an emotionally tumultuous process for many people in California. While most people understand that it is best to leave emotions out of decision making, doing so might not always be easy. This can be especially true during property division, when deciding what to do with the family home becomes a point of contention.

PayPal founder Elon Musk could be headed to family law court

Serial entrepreneur Elon Musk co-founded the popular payment website PayPal, although people in California might be familiar with his more recent endeavors of SpaceX and Tesla motors. He and his wife Talulah Riley are apparently all set to start divorce proceedings, but this is not their first dealing with family law. The couple previously divorced and then remarried.

Cultural acceptance of divorce is shifting, experts say

There is little doubt that cultural and social norms are changing in the United States of America, and a recent survey discovered how attitudes are changing along with them. Some of the results were more surprising than others. While there was increased acceptance of a wide range of social changes, cultural acceptance of divorce appears to be on a downward slide.

Family law provides solutions for prenuptial agreements

When entering into a marriage with a significant number of assets, it is understandable to want some level of protection. Prenuptial agreements have come a long way in the past several years, from once being more obscure aspects of family law primarily reserved for the ultra-wealthy to common sense approaches to establishing baseline protections for each party. Still, the greater the wealth a couple has prior to saying "I do," the more beneficial a prenup can be.

How California parents can protect best interests of the child

Learning to adjust to new lifestyles after divorce has become almost commonplace in the United States. Each family is unique, though most face similar issues regarding child custody or other parenting matters. The bottom line is that parents want to protect the best interests of the child when making important decisions about with whom the child will reside and who will have decision-making authority moving forward.

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