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What You Should Know About Alimony – Join Us for Divorce Options San Diego Workshop, February 2

What You Should Know About Alimony - Collaborative Family Law Group of San Diego - Divorce, Collaborative Divorce, Alimony
When going through a divorce there are many questions that may come up regarding alimony.   What determines your alimony payment?   My friend gets _____ for support, why isn’t mine that much? How long must alimony be paid? Find out the answers to these questions and more when you join us for our next Divorce Options Workshop, February 2. Learn more… Read More

Date of Separation and the Collaborative Divorce Process

by Frann Setzer, Esq. MBA/Certified Family Law Specialist The Law Office of Frann Setzer, APLC In some dissolutions, the date that parties separate is a crucial issue. This is because by law, the marital ‘community’ ends on the day when parties separate. The end of the marital community means that income earned or possibly property purchased after that date might… Read More

Nine Tips for Deciding Fair Spousal Support

by Robin DeVito, Attorney at Law One of the more difficult issues facing people getting divorced is the issue of spousal support. For both parties, questions generally focus on how much support will be, and how long is it paid. There are three types of spousal support orders. The first: Money is paid for spousal support for a period of… Read More

Brave New World of Divorce: Alimony For Your Eggs?

Divorce is never a happy situation. But it can be especially difficult for women who would like to become mothers and face an expiration date on their fertility. Reproductive medicine provides many more options for people who wish to become parents. But this can also complicate a divorce. Fertility preservation could now become an issue in divorce if a New… Read More