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Could Social Media Posts Hurt My Divorce?

Social media mistakes can lead to embarrassing consequences for your social or professional life. At worst, you could lose friends or your job. However, you could also make mistakes on social media during your divorce. Depending on the nature of the mistake, you could seriously harm the outcome of your divorce case. Common social media mistakes during divorce include:

3 Resources You Can Use to Serve Divorce Papers to a Missing Spouse

You've filled out the paperwork and are ready to serve your spouse their divorce papers. In most cases, the papers can be delivered personally or sent through the mail. Easy, right? However, to your absolute shock, your spouse suddenly disappears. Now, you're left wondering how in the world you're going to serve those divorce papers without your partner's latest contact information. Fortunately, there are several resources in place that assist individuals in serving their spouses. Check out the list below to find out which of these options fit your needs.

Is There a Difference in Divorce Procedures for Same-Sex Couples in California?

For same-sex couples seeking to end their partnership, there may be some confusion as to whether a same-sex divorce follows the same steps as a different sex divorce. Fortunately, divorce proceedings are the same for same and different sex partnerships. In the case of divorce, the court does not care who you chose to marry and focuses more on how to help both parties separate in a peaceful manner. Furthermore, California is a no-fault state, which means that there is no guilty party to blame in the divorce. As such, couples can divorce due to irreconcilable differences and do not need to provide any more reasons to the court to explain their decision.

What Can Divorce Lawyers Do to Help Domestic Violence Victims?

Recently, People magazine featured a story on celebrity Audrina Patridge who joined the ranks of many other domestic violence victims who have been forced to file for divorce from their abuser. In the case of Patridge, she claims that she has had to deal with multiple instances of violent outbursts and emotional abuse from her husband of 10 months, Corey Bohan.

Fiduciary Duty of Spouses in a Dissolution of Marriage in California

Traditionally associated with relationships between business partners, a fiduciary duty is the highest duty of fair dealing and good faith. It's important to know that a fiduciary relationship also exists between spouses under California law. A fiduciary relationship between two people is created when they enter into a marriage. These duties apply to each spouse equally. The duty continues throughout the marriage until the marriage is dissolved and all property is distributed. This means the duty can last in situations where the division of property is not completed before the dissolution of the marriage.

Why do I Need a Divorce Attorney?

In our experience representing clients through one of the most difficult times in their lives, we've come to realize the importance of a good divorce attorney during the end of any marriage. Whether you're a business owner looking to protect your assets, a stay-at-home parent who hasn't worked or provided financially for the family in a decade, or a parent who simply wants the best for your children, hiring a divorce attorney only benefits you as you navigate this particularly difficult time.

Will I receive spousal support?

The purpose of spousal support is to maintain a standard of living that is near that which was established during the marriage. Temporary orders are often put in place during the separation and divorce process, while ongoing orders would accompany the final divorce decree.

Travis Krepelka Talk - Divorce: Who Gets The House?

Watch as Travis Krepelka of Hoover ♦ Krepelka, LLP speaks on divorce, and one of the most common questions, "Who gets the house?"

Am I Entitled to Spousal Support?

Spousal support, the term used nowadays for what was once called alimony, is fairly simple as a concept. The idea is that if you get divorced, and you do not have the skills or abilities to take care of yourself and live at the same standard you were accustomed to, your spouse must make regular payments to help if they can afford to do so.

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