family law

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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Dealing with modification and enforcement issues after a divorce

On behalf of?Kaspar & Lugay LLP?posted on Wednesday, March 1, 2017. Among the things that generally come out of a divorce are certain court orders. Examples of common divorce-related orders are those regarding alimony, child support and child custody. Sometimes, important legal matters end up arising regarding these orders long after a divorce has been …

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Helping you resolve family law disputes in California

On behalf of?Kaspar & Lugay LLP?posted in?Family Law?on Thursday, August 17, 2017. Fights have the ability of being emotionally damaging. While some might be minor and easy to overcome, some are major, and are damaging to a relationship. When married couples in California are involved in a family dispute, it can seem impossible to get …

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Life change could prompt post-divorce modifications in California

On behalf of?Kaspar & Lugay LLP?posted in?Family Law?on Thursday, August 24, 2017. Spouses tend to take a big sigh of relief once their divorce is finalized. Because a failing marriage and a subsequent divorce can be emotionally and mentally challenging, newly divorced spouses in California and elsewhere seek to move forward, believing that their divorce …

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What is a legal separation versus a divorce?

On behalf of?Kaspar & Lugay LLP?posted in?Family Law?on Friday, September 29, 2017. Sometimes people in California might say after a divorce that they have separated. However, from a legal standpoint, a divorce and a legal separation are two different things, each accomplishing its own purpose. Let’s take a look at legal separation. Essentially, a legal …

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Should you treat your ex like a colleague?

On behalf of?Kaspar & Lugay LLP?posted in?Family Law?on Wednesday, November 8, 2017. Divorce-related issues like child custody, property division and alimony have a tremendous impact on our families and emotional well-being. As such, disputes involving these matters often become bitter and contentious. While it is not realistic to take all strong feelings out of these …

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