When considering what assets you and your spouse own don't overlook these areas that can add real money to your pocket. Frequent flyer points If you or your spouse (or both) are big travelers, these miles could add up to thousands of dollars in benefits. To split these, the spouse with the
We are excited to announce that our location for the Beverly Hills Second Saturday Divorce Workshop is moving to the beautiful Beverly Hills Bar Association effective May 2019! The Beverly Hills Bar Association is located at 9420 Wilshire Blvd, 2nd Floor. Our workshop starts at 10:00 a.m.
Getting a divorce might be the right thing to do, but it will have a big effect on your children’s lives, creating uncertainty and possibly triggering a range of negative reactions. To lower the trauma of family change, you may want to stay in your current home, especially if you have primary
The sweeping tax bill signed by President Trump in December 2017 includes major changes that are sure to affect every American when tax day arrives. For those considering a divorce, one provision in particular could mean thousands of dollars saved or lost each year. The Alimony Reversal Before the
Many divorces these days are nasty, full of conflict, and all too long, not to mention very expensive. There’s a saying among divorce attorneys: Love is grand, Divorce is Twenty Grand. With the average cost of divorce in the United States approaching $20,000 it is scary to think about dissolving
If you are getting divorced, here are some financial mistakes to avoid. 1. Keeping a home you can no longer afford. While staying put means one less change in the midst of an already life-altering event, it often makes little financial sense. Can you afford the upkeep costs and property taxes
Second Saturday non-profit divorce workshop leaders vetted for integrity, expertise and history of community service When Eleanor S. left her husband of fourteen years, she never could have imagined she would rack up $50,000 of legal fees in less than six months – especially when she "learned" that
You have several options depending on your circumstances. If you currently have a court order requiring you to pay either child or spousal support, the order must be modified by a subsequent court order. Otherwise, your monthly obligation to pay child and/or spousal support in the same amount will