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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 Spousal Support

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    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 ...

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  • 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 ...

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  • 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. ...

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  • 5 Things Judges Look for When Deciding Alimony

    Divorce can be a stressful time in any couple’s life. It is never easy to admit when a relationship is not working. When two people decide to dissolve ...

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  • How to Modify Spousal Support in Rancho Cucamonga

    Life can be unpredictable, changing from day to day. What worked in the moment may not work in the future. The same goes for contracts made. Spousal ...

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  • Modifying Family Law Court Orders In California

    Our Rancho Cucamonga family law attorney have helped numerous individuals and families navigate the complexities of their legal journeys. Aside from ...

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