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Will Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos do a Collaborative Divorce?

For an interesting article on the Bezos divorce case and the collaborative divorce method (a no-court, dispute resolution method designed for amicable and cooperative divorces) please refer to the recent article by Briggs P. Stahl, Forensic Accountant and Business Valuator, which was published on January 24, 2019 in Family Lawyer Magazine: https://familylawyermagazine.com/articles/lessons-learned-from-the-jeff-bezos-divorce-filing/

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What is Spousal Support?

What is Spousal Support? Spousal Support is financial support that is sometimes paid from one spouse to the other, during and after a divorce. The higher earning spouse provides financial support to his or her spouse to help equalize the funds available to pay living expenses during the divorce process and after the divorce. Spousal […]

Divorce Resources

Helpful Online Divorce Resources for Parents and Children

There are a number of helpful websites and online resources available to parents and children before, during and after a divorce.  Here are just a few worth checking out: Sharing of Children’s Schedules and Information Married, separated or divorced couples with children can benefit from maintaining a shared calendar of child-related events. This can be […]

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Anti-Davis Legislation and the impact on Date of Separation in California

Senate Bill No. 1255 (Otherwise Known as the “Anti-Davis Legislation”) and What it Means for Couples who are Seeking to Establish a Date of Separation in California On July 25, 2016, Governor Brown approved Senate Bill No. 1255 (otherwise known as the “Anti-Davis Legislation”), which is an act to amend Sections 771, 910, 914, and […]

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Collaborative Divorce Counseling | Will a Collaborative Divorce Work For Me?

You may be asking yourself whether you and your spouse are good candidates for Collaborative Divorce Counseling.  Here is a list of 7 attributes that will help you determine whether you and your spouse are good candidates.   The more that you and your spouse are able to achieve these attributes, the better suited you may […]

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Divorcing?? You want the house?? Be careful what you wish for | Divorce Tax Issues

Your family is splitting up. You may want to understand Divorce Tax Issues related to your situation. With so much changing, you want to make sure you can keep the house. It’s where you have raised your children and created memories. Emotionally, you can’t imagine leaving the house behind or being happy anywhere else. You […]

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How long does a divorce take? | Divorce Process San Mateo County

Divorce Process San Mateo County and other areas in California The most asked question of Collaborative professionals is, “how long will our divorce take?”  The answer comes from a combination of many factors.  The good news is that you and your spouse have the ability to impact each factor in ways that can lead to […]

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