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March 24, 2015
What is Guideline Child Support?

When parents transition from one household to two, finances are a big concern. Unlike spousal support, the Court is bound by a precise formula for calculating child support—the guideline formula. What is the Guideline Formula? Although there is a (confusing) mathematical formula outlined in Family Code § 4055, the Family Court uses a computer program […]

February 9, 2015
Posting and Tweeting: The Intersection between Social Media and Divorce

In today’s world, it is rare to find someone who does not have a presence on social media, whether it is Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Tumblr, or all of the above, plus others. It’s a phenomenon that spans all generations, from kids to grandparents. Like any technology, it is a double edge sword; it allows people […]

December 10, 2014
A Billion Dollar Divorce: Dividing Assets and Debts

Dividing Assets and Debts Everyone wants to know how the assets and debts in their case is going to be divided. The media has familiarized people with California being a “50-50” state and people automatically think of cutting the couch in half. Although one can rest assured they will not actually have to cut their […]