Divorce

Who needs a prenuptial agreement in California?

On behalf of?Kaspar & Lugay LLP?posted in?Divorce?on Thursday, March 30, 2017. Prenuptial agreements are no longer uncommon in California, but many people wonder if they need one. After all, getting married is supposed to be an emotional and romantic experience, not a business negotiation. Nevertheless, many marriages end in divorce despite the good initial intentions …

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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 coercion to compel the …

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Is litigation, mediation or collaboration right for your divorce?

On behalf of?Kaspar & Lugay LLP?posted in?Divorce?on Friday, August 4, 2017. Whether you are reluctant or onboard with ending a marriage, the divorce process cannot be initiated or even completed without a method for spouses to dissolve their union. While many couples in California and elsewhere are likely to embark in the process through litigation, …

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Can you afford your high-asset divorce? Divorce funding can help.

On behalf of?Kaspar & Lugay LLP?posted in?Divorce?on Wednesday, August 16, 2017. Just because you are in the high-income tax bracket doesn’t mean you are a high-income earner. In many high-asset cases, one partner is typically considered the breadwinner while the other has a lower paying job or no job at all – usually because they …

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Should you get a private judge for your divorce?

On behalf of?Kaspar & Lugay LLP?posted in?Divorce?on Sunday, September 17, 2017. What do couples hate most about divorce? Airing the family’s problems. The slowness. The inconvenience. The procedural limitations. The expense. An alternative some couples look to, to avoid these negative aspects, is the private judge. Here in California, we’re familiar with the idea. Movie …

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Navigating a divorce with or without a premarital document

On behalf of?Kaspar & Lugay LLP?posted in?Divorce?on Thursday, October 5, 2017. Much like a tremendous amount of thought goes into getting married, thoughtful and careful consideration goes into ending a marriage. While no couple in California or elsewhere gets married with the intention of getting divorced, the reality is that roughly half of all marriages …

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Fault does not have to play a role in a California divorce

On behalf of?Kaspar & Lugay LLP?posted in?Divorce?on Thursday, October 12, 2017. For earlier generations, divorce was considered a taboo subject and did not occur with the frequency that it now happens in California courts. As times have changed so too have many American divorce laws, and whereas once individuals who wanted divorces had to allege …

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