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Divorce Myth #1: “I don’t have to pay child support if we have 50/50 (equal) custody.”

Written by on March 12, 2019 in Child Support, Court with 0 Comments

The number one question we are asked by clients is why they have to pay child support if they have 50/50 (equal) custody of their children.  The myth and misconception is that if you and the other party spend the same amount of time with your children, i.e., a 50/50 custodial timeshare, then neither party […]

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WHAT HAPPENS TO FROZEN EMBRYOS DURING A DIVORCE?

Written by on June 3, 2016 in Child Custody, Court, Divorce with 0 Comments

Derek Fisher and his ex-wife recently announced that they have agreed to destroy their frozen embryos following their divorce.  Sofia Vergara and Nick Loeb are in litigation over the fate of their frozen embryos following their divorce. So what does happen with frozen embryos during a divorce?  California currently has no legislation governing the disposition […]

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SHOULD YOU CALL OFF YOUR DIVORCE OR JUST PUT IT ON HOLD?

Written by on January 26, 2016 in Court, Divorce, Separation with 0 Comments

Patrick Dempsey and his wife, Jillian, recently announced that they have decided to call off their divorce.  And now Donald Sterling and his wife, Shelly Sterling, have called off their divorce. Is this something you can do?  What happens if you decide to divorce again? In California, at any time before a divorce is finalized, […]

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7 Tips When Going to Court

Written by on January 7, 2014 in Court with 0 Comments

As family law attorneys, we are often in court with our clients.  Therefore, part of our job consists of preparing our clients for their courtroom conduct (i.e., how to dress, conduct themselves, when to speak, etc.)  Below are some of the pointers we discuss with our clients.   Note: This list is by no means exhaustive […]

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