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03.30.2017
Hidden Tax Issues To Look Out For During Your Divorce

The divorce process is often incredibly stressful and emotionally draining for everyone involved, which can make an already complicated process even more difficult to understand and prepare for. One major issue to look out for are hidden tax ...

12.02.2016
Pro Se Divorce: The Pros and Cons

As you head into your divorce, you may think to yourself, ‘Why should I pay someone to help me with all of this paperwork when I can save myself a few dollars and do it myself?’ Couples who maintain an amicable relationship are even more ...

09.08.2016
How Will a DUI Affect a Child Custody Ruling?

During any divorce case, the judge will take the children’s best interests into account when making any sort of child custody ruling, and that includes looking into the driving records of all parties involved. One key part of a driving record ...

08.26.2016
How Will Infidelity or Adultery Affect My Divorce Case?

Even though adultery can end a relationship in a heartbeat, it may not have the same dramatic effect on your divorce case depending on which state you live in. California is one of a number of states that allow for “no fault” divorce ...

08.12.2016
What Are the Different Types of Alimony?

Alimony can be one of the most contentious parts of any divorce proceedings, seeing as it may be the only way one of the parties can ensure financial stability following their separation. While the basic concept – one party pays the other a ...

07.29.2016
How Is Paternity Established?

Only in the rarest of cases do courts need to determine who the mother of a child is; nine months of pregnancy and hours of labor leading to the child’s birth tends to be a pretty strong indicator. Paternity, on the other hand, can be much ...

07.22.2016
What To Do When Your Ex Does Not Comply

Once your divorce is complete and the judge has set the terms going forward, you may feel like sitting back and breathing a sigh of relief. Unfortunately, there is still the chance that your ex-spouse won’t follow through on the requirements ...

07.15.2016
When Should You Take Your Case To Court?

While avoiding court when pursuing your divorce may be the preferred option, it’s not always the best route to take. Divorces can quickly become messy affairs that mediation may not be able to handle; when that happens, you may need to take ...

07.11.2016
Drug Testing in Child Custody Cases

Divorce proceedings can become contentious, especially when the court needs to determine who will be granted custody of any children involved. A common way that a parent may attempt to secure custody rights is to prove that the other parent cannot ...

07.01.2016
Reasons a Parent Would Get Supervised Visits Over Custody

Custody battles in a divorce can often become contentious when both parents have a vested interest in keeping their children in their lives. Because courts and experts agree that the best case scenario for children is to have their parents remain as ...

06.23.2016
What Are Child Support Add-Ons?

Determining child support can be a contentious part of any divorce, but for the most part, calculating them is a fairly straightforward process. They are based on California Child Support Guidelines, and can be estimated using the California ...

06.14.2016
Your Guide to the California Divorce Process

Divorce is a complicated process to go through, but that doesn’t mean you need to go in confused. We’ve broken down the basic steps involved in a California divorce in order to give you a clearer understanding of what you need to prepare ...

06.08.2016
How Is Alimony Calculated?

How Is Alimony Calculated? When it comes to divorce, alimony or spousal support consistently proves to be a point of contention between both parties. One wants more, the other wants to give less. You may find yourself asking whether or not it’s ...

06.03.2016
Who Decides My Child Support?

When children are involved in divorce proceedings, you may wonder how and who will decide child support. The answer to “who” is the judge, but the question of “how” is slightly more complicated. Every state has its own formula ...

05.24.2016
How to Best Prepare for a Divorce

Coming to the decision to file for divorce is stressful enough, but are you prepared for the work ahead of you? Here at Matthew Sheasby, Attorney at Law, our firm is dedicated to helping you handle your divorce as best as you can. We’ve put ...

05.17.2016
What Happens to a Custody Agreement When You Move Out of State?

As hard as it was during the divorce, your life has settled down to the point where you’ve moved on, and you’re ready to move to greener pastures. But what happens if the pastures you’re moving to are in a different state from your ...

05.13.2016
How Bankruptcy Affects Divorce and Vice Versa

Two life-changing events: bankruptcy and divorce. How do these two affect each other? Unfortunately, there are several misconceptions regarding bankruptcy and its effect on divorce and vice versa. There are specific parts of the divorce process that ...

04.29.2016
Signs of Parental Alienation Syndrome

The American Psychiatric Association recognizes parental alienation syndrome (PAS) as a dysfunction in the child-parent and parent-parent relationship. Occurring in hostile marriages, separations, and divorces, PAS involves one parent (the alienator) ...

04.25.2016
Co-Parenting Time: How to Make the Most of Summer Vacation

Summer vacations are a time for you and your family to step outside, take a break, and enjoy the warm weather together. Many families go out of town, while others choose to enjoy local amenities. Summer vacations are a time to create new and ...

04.15.2016
Child Custody Do's & Don'ts for Divorcing Parents

During contentious custody battles, what you do and don’t do makes the biggest difference. The court will be evaluating you and your spouse on parenting styles to determine who is a better fit to care for the children. In most cases, parents ...

04.08.2016
6 Tips for Keeping Your Cool During the Divorce Process

Divorce is never a pleasant experience. You look upon it as a failure. But I learned to be a different person once we broke up. Sometimes you learn more from failure than you do from success. – Michael Crawford Divorce can cause any sane person ...

04.02.2016
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04.01.2016
5 Questions to Ask Your Potential Divorce Lawyer

Divorce can be a stressful moment in many people’s lives. It can be difficult to maneuver through the complexities of ending a relationship. The last thing you’re probably prepared for is hiring a divorce attorney. If you’re like ...

03.29.2016
How to Get Full Child Custody

A Guide to Sole Child Custody in Rancho Cucamonga If you live in California and you want full custody of your child, you may face an uphill battle. While the courts do consider the best interests of the child, they also consider a number of other ...

03.25.2016
Building a Case for Full Custody

Determining child custody can be emotionally draining and stressful. While it is better for parents to mutually consent to a custody plan, many times their views differ on whom the more capable guardian is. If parents cannot decide on how custody ...

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