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June 2014 Archives

A divorce settlement doesn't truly free you from marital debts

When you are going through a divorce, you have a lot of things to consider as part of the process. One of the things you have to consider is how to divide community property, which includes both assets and liabilities. California is a community property state, and community property includes debts incurred and assets acquired from the date of the marriage until the day of the legal separation. This property is usually divided equally between spouses at the time of a divorce.

Odd divorce issue settled by California appellate court

When people with considerable wealth get a divorce, reading over the divorce settlement can sometimes prove to be very interesting. That is exactly the case for one California couple who is divorcing. Their divorce papers contain a very unique story that might interest some of the readers of this blog.

4 California brothers thrive in unconventional adoption

Families come in all shapes and sizes. For one family of six in California, overcoming obstacles seems to be the common thread between them. The family is comprised of two dads and four sons. The children are 11, 9, 6 and 5. All four boys are biological brothers who were in the foster care system when they were adopted by their dads.

What do bitcoins have to do with divorce? In some cases, a lot

One of the major concerns of anyone who is going through a divorce is how the assets will be divided. That question is sometimes straightforward and easy to answer, but other times, it is difficult and complex. One thing that is making this question difficult to answer is the bitcoin, the virtual currency. California residents who are going through a divorce might like to know how bitcoins may affect a divorce.

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