Many people incorrectly assume that everything in a divorce decree is final. While this is generally true of asset division, including who gets the home and how to split your retirement accounts, the same is not true of child custody and support. After all, family situations and personal situations can change in a matter of only a few days.
The dissolution of a marriage in California can understandably be overwhelming not only emotionally but also financially. After all, no matter how large or small of an income bracket a couple may be in, the resources available are finite. Whether a couple chooses to go through divorce mediation or traditional divorce litigation, a few tips may help those going through divorce to navigate the financial aspect of it with confidence.
Dissolving a marriage is never easy emotionally or financially. However, one area of divorce that has proved to be especially difficult recently is the distribution of an inherited Individual Retirement Account (IRA). Here is a glimpse at why property division involving inherited IRAs can be tricky to understand in California and elsewhere.
The distribution of assets during divorce is oftentimes a source of major conflict between soon-to-be exes. However, property division involves more than simply the division of assets -- it also involves the splitting of debts. Here is a look at how personal debt is handled during a divorce proceeding in California.
The dissolution of a marriage can be tough to navigate both emotionally and financially. However, it can be especially challenging when a business is involved. Here is a look at what to expect during a high asset divorce involving a business venture in California.