When it comes to the distribution of property in divorce, the most important identification is whether property is labeled as marital, separate, or commingled property. In a divorce, only marital property is split between spouses, whereas each spouse gets to keep his or her separate property. Failure to properly identify property could mean leaving thousands..
Part of every divorce is the splitting of marital assets between spouses. This includes real estate, cars, furniture, jewelry, art, and other personal property items. Marital assets can also include retirement accounts, pension plans, and other accounts. For some, it may be necessary to include a qualified domestic relations order (QDRO) as part of the..
California family courts prefer that in divorce cases involving a minor child, the parents share joint custody of that child. The best possible scenario is that the child spends time equally, 50/50, with each parent and the parents share legal decision-making responsibility regarding the child’s well-being. How does an equal split in custody affect child..