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What Happens to Shared Property and Debt in a Divorce?

When you are married, your own finances, property, and debt and that of your spouse become intertwined to the point that you no longer understand who owns what and who owes what. While you may not see it as a bad thing during the marriage, it can become a problem when you decide to get a divorce.

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Life After Divorce

When you finalize your divorce, you may have mixed feelings about it. On the one hand, you might enjoy freedom, closure, and relief. But, on the other hand, you might also be hit by a wave of sadness, fear, and anger.

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What Is an Amicable Divorce?

The often-disgruntled path of divorce doesn't always have to involve conflict. For many couples, an amicable divorce offers a less contentious and more respectful way to end a marriage, focusing on mutual agreement and cooperation.

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What to Do if You Suspect Your Ex is Putting Your Child at Risk

We understand that co-parenting after a divorce can be a challenging journey. One of the most distressing situations we encounter is when one parent suspects their ex is putting their child at risk. This is a complex and emotionally charged issue, but it's crucial to act promptly to protect your child's well-being.

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How a New Child or Marriage May Affect Support

Even after you have gone through a divorce and moved on to a new chapter in your life, the effects of your divorce can still not only follow you into the future but impact how you make major decisions and experience major life events.

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My Spouse Is Prolonging the Divorce

Getting a divorce is never easy, especially when your ex is dragging the process out. It can take a toll on your emotional and mental health, as well as your finances. If you need help speeding up the process—or just aren't sure what steps to take next—The Law Office of Steven E. Springer can help.

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Dividing Debt in a California Divorce

California’s standing as a community property state means that, unless other arrangements are made via prenuptial or postnuptial agreements, divorcing couples will end up with half of everything they acquired during the marriage. This may include half of the equity in the home, half of the value of its furnishings, and half of those retirement funds.

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Considerations in a High Net Worth Divorce

The division of property and other assets is commonly one of the most contentious parts of a divorce. When one or both individuals in the marriage have a high net worth (meaning a significant amount of money and assets), the situation only becomes more complicated with so much at stake.

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Understanding the Pros and Cons of a Prenuptial Agreement

When two people get married, the last thing on their minds is the possibility of divorce. However, statistics show that almost 50% of marriages end in divorce. Because of this, having a prenuptial agreement in place can help protect all parties involved.

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Issues in Same-Sex Divorces

When it comes to divorce, there are always challenges to navigate. But for same-sex couples, there are unique challenges that come with dissolving a marriage. It is best to prepare for those challenges well in advance so that they do not catch you off guard when it is too late.

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