For most business people, deciding whether to call an attorney should be like deciding whether to go to the doctor. If you have severe chest pain, odds are you're not going to hesitate to call your physician or hightail it to the emergency room. But if you just have a bad cold, you might wait a few days to see if it turns into pneumonia before you drag yourself to the dreaded doctor's office.
Likewise, should you call a lawyer when you have a legal problem or just need guid
In most of my consultations, my clients ask what should I do when faced with the possibility of a divorce and what do they need to do to ensure fairness in the division of the community assets? I first tell them this, California is a community property state. This means that a marriage or the registration of a domestic partnership makes 2 people 1 legal “community.” Community property generally is everything that spouses or domestic partners own together. It includes everyth
So You Thought You Were Separate?
So you have called it quits on your marriage, however, you and your significant other are in agreement that each of you will have your own separate bedroom under the same roof. Whether this is a result of one of you losing your job or out of convenience or both want continuous contact with the children as their best interest. These are no longer factors. And while you both believe in your minds that you are separated and this intention a