By Pat Burgess Last Tuesday evening was an interesting session that covered the gamut of jurisdictional questions such as, what happens when you get a divorce in a different country and then the one spouse moves to one US state and the other spouse with the children lives in another US state…who has jurisdiction, particularly […]
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By Pat Burgess Our meeting this month covered a wide variety of very serious issues: The California Supreme Court recently ruled in Marriage of Davis that, for the purposes of dividing community assets and debts, the parties must reside in separate residences to be deemed “separated.” This will have a rippling effect among those getting […]
Remember at the beginning of your relationship, when you were wooed and knocked off your feet by the thrill of a new romance? Well, the bad news is that sometimes at the end of the relationship, we get knocked off our feet too, although not in a good way. The complexities of the divorce process […]
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A common credit myth or misconception – When you get a divorce your accounts automatically divorce with you ….. This could not be further from the truth.
by Pat Burgess
Don’t sell your house right away or agree to who is going to take the house…Possession is 9/10ths of the law…distinction between “where you are going to live now, and where are you going to live in the future.”…