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How Will Infidelity or Adultery Affect My Divorce Case?
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 cases – when filing for divorce, neither ...

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Blog posts in Property Division

  • How to Divide Retirement Savings in a California Divorce

    California is a “community property” state. This means that all assets, savings, and debts acquired during a marriage must be divided equally. ...

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  • Divorce and Pets

    When it comes to pets, most of us consider them to be a part our family. We care for them, play with them, and love them almost as much as our ...

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  • What Rights Do I Have If I Am A Registered Domestic Partner?

    Pursuant to section 297.5 of the California Family Code, persons who are registered as a domestic partner shall have the same rights, protections, ...

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  • What Is Community Property?

    Pursuant to California Family Code section 760, "except as otherwise provided by statute, all property, real or personal, wherever situated, acquired ...

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  • What Is Separate Property?

    Separate property is not subject to division by the court upon dissolution of marriage or legal separation. In California, separate property is ...

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