If you are in the middle of a separation or divorce, alimony may be on your mind. Alimony, otherwise known as spousal support or maintenance, is on-going financial support one spouse is […]Continue reading
Category Archives: Support
How You Can Get Past Post-Divorce Loneliness?
Life is a journey, full of ups and downs, but getting divorced can knock you off your foundation. No matter how long you have been married, the concept of suddenly returning to […]Continue reading
How to Celebrate Your Divorce
After months, or even years, of dealing with the divorce process, it is finally over. No more discussions with your attorney to iron out the nitty-gritty details, no more figuring out how […]Continue reading
Will You Be Happier After Divorce?
Making the decision to get divorced is not one people take lightly. It’s a momentous change and must be considered carefully before moving ahead. That said, if you are currently engaged in […]Continue reading
How to Tell People You’re Getting Divorced
If you and your spouse are getting a divorce, you have likely experienced a gamut of emotions already. Sometimes telling your family and friends can bring up all of these feelings again, […]Continue reading
Marvin Action – 8 Steps
Establishing Eligibility to Share Property or Receive Support after Living Together Outside of Wedlock A Marvin Action, or cohabitation claim, is a legal action filed in a civil court. It is based […]Continue reading
How Can You Help a Friend Get Through a Divorce?
Tips for Helping a Friend Get Through a Divorce If you have a friend getting divorced you can be certain they are feeling a whole spectrum of emotions – pain, anger, guilt, […]Continue reading
Family Law Modifications while We Shelter in Place
Financial Obligations Our next normal due to the COVID-19 pandemic is causing some to reconsider their financial obligations. For those who have not been able to work because of layoffs or furloughing, […]Continue reading
Modifying Long-Term Spousal Support at Retirement
Under California law, there is a presumption that marriages lasting ten years or more are considered “marriages of long duration” (also known as long-term marriages). When a marriage ends in divorce in […]Continue reading
The Truth about Spousal Support
In family law, spousal support and child support are at the top of the list when a client comes in to consult with an attorney. Child support can be defined as […]Continue reading