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Can We Include a “No Cheating” Clause in our Prenuptial Agreement?

Written by on February 2, 2021 in Uncategorized with 0 Comments
Can We Include a “No Cheating” Clause in our Prenuptial Agreement?

We try so hard avoid celebrity gossip.  We really, really do.  However, whenever there’s buzz about a prominent celebrity filing for divorce (e.g., Kim Kardashian and Kanye West or Zoe Kravitz and Karl Glusman), people want to know whether the celebrities have a “no cheating clause” in their prenuptial agreement.  For those who don’t know, […]

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Divorce Myth #3: “We don’t have any community property because all of our accounts are separate.”

Written by on January 26, 2021 in Uncategorized with 0 Comments

Welcome back to our Divorce Myth blog series – where we discuss (and debunk) some of the more popular divorce myths that exist out there.  Our third contender in this series is when a married person believes that they don’t own any community property with their spouse because they don’t have any joint bank accounts.  […]

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Divorce Myth #2: “Moms Always Get Custody of Kids”

Written by on June 26, 2019 in Uncategorized with 0 Comments
Divorce Myth #2: “Moms Always Get Custody of Kids”

We recently started a blog series outlining the biggest myths in family law/divorce.  One question we are asked is “do moms always get custody of the kids in California?”  The answer to this question is, no, moms don’t automatically get custody of the children just because they are the mom; dads have rights too. If […]

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WHO GETS FIDO IN THE DIVORCE?

WHO GETS FIDO IN THE DIVORCE?

Custody of Pets in California Family Law Many married couples get a pet before they have children.  For pet lovers, pets are more than just “property.” Many couples view their pets as family. Prior to 2019, pets were allocated as property in a divorce in California. Beginning January 1, 2019, that all changed with California […]

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Is My Bank Account Community Property?

Why is a bank account community property if the parties kept their money in separate accounts during marriage? This situation frequently confuses and frustrates a party going through a divorce. They often find that their efforts to save money are thwarted by their spouse’s spending habits upon divorce. California Family Code section 760 generally provides […]

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Is a Flat Fee Divorce Right for Me?

Written by on February 15, 2019 in Uncategorized with 0 Comments

Farkhad & Wang is now offering divorces for a flat fee of $2,500.00 plus the cost of filing the divorce documents with the court. Divorces can cost upwards of $5,000.00 for the simplest divorce, and the process can take up all of your time.  But divorce doesn’t have to be expensive and time-consuming. A flat […]

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