Talk to an estate attorney to see your options between a traditional will and a living trust to set up your family after you pass.
If you can not afford an attorney, use the help of a Family Law Facilitator to help you represent yourself in your divorce.
Get a basic understanding of what is considered community property in the state of California. What could this mean to your divorce?
Whether you expect a divorce or are blindsided by being served the divorce papers during your morning coffee, most people respond to “service of process” for dissolution of marriage with one question: now what?
The Putative Spouse Exception – what happens if you were never really married anyway?
A premarital or a Prenuptial Agreement has a bad rap, but they allow couples to openly discuss the financial arrangement of their marriage.
Our divorce tips and tricks help ensure that you are not exposing yourself to liability that could have lasting effects on your case.
Preliminary Declarations of Disclosure (PDODs) is the legal process of exchanging all of your financial information during the divorce process
In California getting an annulment or getting a marriage void is possible under a very specific set of circumstances.
A postnuptial agreement can help you and your spouse discuss financial concerns in the event that your marriage ends.