Month: May 2018

Facebook is an excellent way to connect. It can also be damaging.

On behalf of Kaspar & Lugay LLP posted on Wednesday, March 29, 2017. From Facebook to Instagram to Twitter – these 21st Century platforms provide the ability to see inside the daily, private life of an individual like never before. A follower can see photos or videos of an individual’s recent trip abroad, a new …

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Unique challenges for divorcing same-sex couples

On behalf of Kaspar & Lugay LLP posted in Same-Sex Divorce on Tuesday, January 31, 2017. Same-sex couples are allowed to marry and divorce in California. Unfortunately, despite the legality of it, same-sex divorce can be very complicated, even more so than other divorces. Here are some of the big challenges you should consider if …

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Wasteful spending: 5 questions you should ask yourself

On behalf of Kaspar & Lugay LLP posted in Property Division on Wednesday, November 16, 2016. When it comes to divorce, one of the biggest concerns spouses have revolves around property division, particularly one’s share of the community property. Most people worry about what portion they will receive and whether it was equitably divided. But …

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Strengthen your prenup by avoiding these mistakes.

On behalf of Kaspar & Lugay LLP posted in?Divorce?on Monday, November 28, 2016. If you have been following our blog, you are familiar with the practical reasons to draft and sign a prenuptial agreement before walking down the aisle: enforcing social media clauses, protecting a family inheritance or specifying asset distribution. While many may feel …

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Appeals court reinstates actor Terrence Howard’s divorce judgment

On behalf of Kaspar & Lugay LLP posted in Divorce on Thursday, June 29, 2017. One of the common responses to an attempt to enforce a marital dissolution agreement in California is the claim that the agreement was signed under duress, that is, that the ex-spouse seeking to enforce the agreement used some form of …

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