Divorce Law

California Loophole Closed – Spousal Abuse and Support

California Governor Jerry Brown recently signed Assembly Bill 1522 to close a loophole in state law that required a victim of spousal abuse to pay support to her attacker after divorce, according to UT San Diego. The bill was inspired by Crystal Harris, a San Diego-area woman who was forced to pay her ex-husband spousal support during the pendency …

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Co-parenting with Maria and Arnold Schwarzenegger

Bohm Wildish: California Divorce Law Maria Shriver and Arnold Schwarzenegger spent Arnold’s 64th birthday and this past Christmas together with their four children, Katherine, Christina, Patrick and Christopher.  The celebrity Extra website reports, “Children and family come first,” a source close to the estranged couple told People earlier this year, with an additional insider adding, …

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How a Divorce Attorney Will Assist You in Completing Your Case

Divorce is defined as the dissolution of a marriage in the presence of a court. If the California divorce is not certified by the court then it is not considered a legal divorce. Once a couple completes a divorce they are free to marry anyone else of their choosing. Divorce not only affects the man …

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