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Adultery and alimony

by Dinnebier & Demmerle on October 23, 2014

Adultery is on the books in several states as a criminal act, but not in California, as of this post. So here is today’s question: does cheating on a spouse affect the terms of a couple’s divorce, specifically regarding alimony? The answer to that question, for California couples who divorce, is yes. And no. California […]

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Estate planning- travel plans and vital documents

by Dinnebier & Demmerle on October 21, 2014

It may seem that every day, we see our world becoming even more of a paperless, thumb-or-eye-scanning, microchipped universe. Data mining and personal metrics are replacing, for the most part, research and record-keeping on paper. As a high net worth individual, you are already aware of the challenging complexity of staying on top of even […]

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Infidelity: How Does it Affect my Child Custody & Divorce Case

by Dinnebier & Demmerle on October 17, 2014

We have written about infidelity, divorce, and child custody in our blog before; but it is always an engaging topic. First of all, readers may find themselves asking: if California is a no-fault divorce state, why should it matter at all if infidelity occurred before a divorce? We are a almost a century past naming […]

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