A common misunderstanding in California divorces, especially for those who have not yet consulted with an attorney, is to believe that each spouse will take the property that they themselves purchased. Specifically, they believe that looking at which spouse’s name is on “the title,” whether that be a physical title as in the case of..
California is home to many a creative entrepreneur who, in addition to the earnings they may take home from a “day job,” also creates intellectual property which may bring in money at a future date, but currently is unsold, or at least has not reached its full financial return. In short, that unsold or at..
Ideally, in any California divorce or other family law matter involving the custody of a child, the parents themselves will be able to voluntarily create an agreement which will determine, among other things: 1) whether one or both parties will have sole or shared physical custody of the child; 2) what schedule the physical custody..