Month: October 2014

Life events can lead to change in custody, support arrangement

Imagine that you and your spouse have a child together, but after years of marriage, your relationship is starting to deteriorate. Eventually the two of you decide to get a divorce, and after some mediation and negotiation, it is agreed that you should pay your spouse monthly installments for child support. For quite a long time …

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Prenuptial agreements are meant to help, not destroy

Many California residents know about prenuptial agreements, but they may have an instinctive resistance to them. That’s because for the longest time, we were told that prenups are a relationship killer. By asking your significant other to sign such a contract before marriage, it was like you were telling them “I care more about money …

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