by Ginita Wall, Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA), Certified Financial Planner (CFP®)
Even in the best of circumstances, a divorce is a long, arduous, and emotional task. As soon as you finalize the divorce, you might just want to curl up in bed for a few weeks and watch every single thing on Netflix. Not so… Read More
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
Both groups share commitment to children navigating family separations
Contact: Gayle Lynn Falkenthal, APR / 619-997-2495 or email@example.com
(SAN DIEGO) – More than 30 years of research continues to reveal negative effects of traditional divorce on children. Many of the 1.5 million children in the U.S. whose parents divorce every year feel as if their worlds are falling apart. Divorcing… Read More
by Carol Severance, Attorney at Law and Certified Family Law Specialist
You chose your wedding date and you and your spouse can choose your divorce date.
Some people think the day the Judge signs your Judgment is the day your marriage terminates. But that’s not always true. Spouses have some control over that date.
A Judgment is an enforceable order… Read More