Key points relating to credit in a divorce
How to address stock options in a divorce
The value of each asset and debt in a divorce depends on the valuation date.
What to know about RSUs (Restricted Stock Units) in a divorce.
Taxes and selling costs can greatly affect rental property sales value when deciding what to do with rental property in a divorce.
If you are divorcing and have rental property, here are some important considerations as regards its value.
Data to gather as regards the marital home in a divorce.
There are often employment benefits other than wages and salary that can be considered in a divorce.
What was a spouse’s separate property can be considered marital property in a divorce. Or vice versa.
In a divorce, the law gives special treatment to student loans and marital money spent on education/training to enhance the earning capacity of a spouse.
There are a number of different types of reimbursement that can be agreed upon or ordered by a judge in a California divorce.
If you are considering whether to defer sale of the family home, here are some important considerations.
Here’s an overview of dividing community property in a California divorce.
Here are some suggestions for how to go about valuing the community property in your divorce.
Here’s a checklist judges are recommended to use when characterizing, valuing and dividing property in a divorce.
What’s the role of title when it comes to characterizing property in a divorce as community or separate?
When characterizing property in a divorce as community or separate, the time of acquisition can be very important.
When dividing up assets and debts in a divorce it makes sense to start with listing and characterizing them.
When dividing assets and debts in a California divorce, it’s wise to understand what the law considers to community and separate property.
In California divorces in which both spouses are involved in the divorce process, you must exchange financial disclosure forms.