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August 2016 Archives

Valuation of a business in a California divorce

When a business needs to be divided in a divorce, there can either be a full valuation or a calculation of value. The full valuation takes longer and may cost more to complete. However, it is generally more accurate, and it is worthwhile to conduct if the report needs to be used by a judge when making a final ruling.

The benefits of negotiating a child support settlement

California law sets forth specific guidelines for child support based on both parents' incomes, the number of children of the marriage (or joint children, for non-married parents), and other statutory factors. Most people feel as if child support discussions can be contentious, especially if there are other issues involved, such as spousal support and parenting time. Because of this, it might be beneficial for the parties to negotiate a support amount.

How to handle your divorce like a business transaction

Many people who think about divorce only consider how unfair they are being treated by their soon-to-be ex or the scourge of their emotional pain. They may also be concerned with how people will forever judge them because their marriage ended.

Three things to help stepparents peacefully coexist with kids

As we have come to learn through reality TV and media reports, the blended family has become an integral part of today’s American culture. At least one-third of American children will live in a household that includes a step-parent at one point in their lives. Because of that, more emphasis is being put on how blended families can co-exist.

What not to do when creating a prenuptial agreement

One of the most important questions newly engaged couples may have to answer is whether to incorporate a prenuptial agreement into their marriage. The reasons behind a prenup may be personal, professional or financial. Whatever the reason, broaching the topic may bring about some raw feelings of uncertainty and regret.

Can I seek additional child support for school expenses?

With a new school year to begin in about a month's time, there are certain to be new expenses for kids, including, new clothes, extra-curricular activities and electronic devices. For both custodial and non-custodial parents, the additional costs for the new school year can be a significant burden. Unfortunately, they can also mean that disputes can arise over who will be tasked with covering them.

How to deal with fears about custody battles

It may go without saying, but divorces and custody battles can get very nasty; and the weapon of choice for most people is the specter of taking the children away from the other parent. Most of the time, this strikes the very core of a person’s being, which is why some take drastic measures to protect their time with their children. Unfortunately, some go about this the wrong way, which leads to more trouble.

How to tell children about a divorce

For many couples, the decision to divorce is not an easy one. It likely comes after months or even years of trepidation over how their post divorce lives may shake out, as well as how friends and family members may judge them. With all the conceivable difficulties of deciding whether to divorce, it may be equally as difficult to explain the decision to children. After all, they likely don’t understand the concept of divorce and will be very concerned about their family breaking up.

What a custody evaluator may look at during an evaluation

If you are in the midst of a child custody dispute, and you cannot agree on legal custody, physical custody or parenting time, chances are that the court will order a custody evaluation. This is where a third party will gather information and make recommendations to the court as to how the court should award custody.

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