The pandemic has caused financial hardship for many, and job losses have been significant. If you have lost your job, become unemployed after your divorce, and/or have been struggling to pay child […]Continue reading
Category Archives: Child and Spousal Support
Should You Divorce a Cheating Spouse?
While never easy, divorce can be particularly difficult when infidelity is involved. Whether your spouse admitted to or lied about having an affair, the hurt and betrayal is the same. You might […]Continue reading
Considerations for Divorce with a Special Needs Child
When there is a child with special needs care involved in a divorce, issues of child custody, visitation, child support, and property division are significantly more challenging to negotiate. It is important […]Continue reading
Spousal Support After 10 Years of Marriage
Divorce is difficult but marriages of long duration bring with them their own set of complexities. It is important to have a knowledgeable divorce attorney to represent your best interests and to […]Continue reading
How to Reduce Alimony in California
It is often a misnomer that alimony can never be changed. Modifying alimony can be accomplished, but modification is highly dependent on how the issue was addressed in your marital settlement agreement. […]Continue reading
Who Pays for College After Divorce?
The cost of a college education, including tuition, living expenses, books and more, has grown significantly over the past 20 years. The price tag has risen to the point that for most […]Continue reading
Are People From Divorced Families More Prone to Divorce Themselves?
One of the issues you can’t help but worry about when your marriage is ending is whether growing up with divorced parents will increase your children’s chances of facing the same dilemma […]Continue reading
Considerations When Divorcing a Sick Spouse
Although not necessarily obvious to everyone, it is no surprise to many that when one spouse becomes ill with a terminal or chronic disease, the incidence of divorce increases. Serious illness often […]Continue reading
Spousal Support: Divorcing After Ten Years of Marriage
There is a common misconception that when a couple divorces after more than 10 years of marriage, spousal support will be paid indefinitely. That is not correct. There are about 16 factors […]Continue reading
How to Navigate Divorcing the Breadwinner
When your marriage ends you and your spouse will face a number of significant decisions regarding how to separate your lives. Some will be easy to conclude and others, like figuring out […]Continue reading