January 2013

Broadly speaking, in divorce, there are essentially four (4) potential financial issues:     Child support,     Spousal support,     Division of property,     Attorney’s fees. In order to initially evaluate issues concerning you and your spouse’s income as it relates to child support, spousal support and the potential for one party to pay for or […]

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How does infidelity affect child custody in divorce?

by Dinnebier & Demmerle on January 30, 2013

California is referred to as a “no fault” state with respect to divorces.  In other words, generally speaking, judges do not want to hear testimony concerning infidelity.  However, with respect to custody, courts are sensitive to introducing and involving children with a new boyfriend or girlfriend too soon after a party separates from a child’s […]

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Do I need a Premarital Agreement?

by Dinnebier & Demmerle on January 29, 2013

The decision on whether or not to pursue a Premarital Agreement with your fiancé can be complicated and the benefits of a Premarital Agreement can be significant depending upon the financial situations of both parties.  Generally speaking, in the event that a marriage ends in a divorce, an individual can greatly benefit from a Premarital […]

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