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Community Property Gifts to the Separate Property of the Other Spouse When the community estate pays money towards the separate property assets or expenses of the other spouse, is it always entitled to be reimbursed? Not always. It is possible for a court to find that a contribution in favor of the other spouse on the CP dime is a gift, and so not capable of reimbursement.
Want a California Divorce or Family Law Second Opinion On Your Pending or Soon to Be Filed Case from Expert and Experienced Family Law Attorneys? ~ Please Don't Blow Yourself Up ~ I've decided to experiment with something that I've been noodling, and think will be fun, although the fact that I believe that shows what family law obsessed nuts Michael C.
Family Law and Divorce Case Second Opinions - New Paradigm for 2017! Thurman Arnold pretty much invented the second legal opinion on-line concept for dissolution and non-marital family law cases on this website about 10 years ago, which only became doable and economically efficient for you and us with the advent and the popular use of the Internet.
Michael C. Peterson, CFLS, Named As a 2017 Super Lawyers™ Rising Star! I am so pleased and proud to announce that Michael Peterson has received the honor of being named as a Thomson Reuters Super Lawyers "Rising Star" for 2017! According to Super Lawyers, this list represents the top 2.5% of attorneys who are under 40 years of age or have practiced for ten years or less at the ...
Extending Marriage of Reynolds, Senior Citizens Facing Divorce Cannot Be Forced to Quit Retirement to Fund Their Self-Support The California Fourth Appellate District, Division Two, which includes Riverside County, just issued a hugely important published decision which deals with some of the retirement issues left open in Marriage of Reynolds (1998) 63 Cal.App.
Should Evidence From Illegally Obtained Voice or Video Recordings in Domestic Violence and Other Family Law Situations Be Admitted Into Evidence? I've been doing this nasty family law business for a long time, and over the course of those worn-out years I've seen a lot of attempted over-reaches by the parties, some of whom I rejected as clients.
Family Code Section 721 | The Starting Point for All Interspousal Fiduciary Duty Analysis in Divorce! In financial transacti ...
How Do I Exclude Evidence at an Evidentiary or RFO Hearing That Is Outside of the Scope of the Pleadings Filed By the Other Party At My Family Law or Domestic Violence Proceeding? While historically it has seemed that Family Court is like the wild, wild west where anything goes and where attorneys argue on the fly and judge's get triggered into reactive rulings, without due process and other p.
Q. My son who is a fire captain is going through a divorce/custody dispute. The problem is that during the summer months/fire season he works overtime. June-Sept. However, does not work significant overtime throughout the year. The court, however, is computing his child support based on his gross annual salary.
Family Code Section 271 Only Authorizes Trial Courts to Issue Sanctions' Awards in the Form of Attorney Fees and Costs, and Not General Damages for the Consequences of Alleged Misconduct We've written extensively about Family Code section 271 sanctions, which section states "the court may base an award of attorney's fees and costs on the extent to which the conduct of each party or attorney fu.
Michael C. Peterson Appointed Chair of the Desert Bar Association's Family Law Section for 2017! Posted on Dec 26, 2016 8:15pm PST Michael C. Peterson, CFLS, Appointed As Chair of the Desert Bar Association's Family Law Section for 2017 We are honored to announce that Mike Peterson was appointed this month as the Chair of the Desert Bar Association's Family Law Section for 2017.
Want a California Divorce or Family Law Second Opinion On Your Pending or Soon to Be Filed Case from Expert and Experienced Family Law Attorneys? I've decided to experiment with something that I've been noodling, and think will be fun, although the fact that I believe that shows what family law obsessed nuts Michael C.
What Is the Divorce Process From Initial Petition Filing, to Requests for Temporary Orders, to Judgment and the Conclusion of the Case? My goal is to empower and introduce you, the legal consumer, whether before you have your initial consult with a competent divorce attorney whom you select or, in the unfortunate event that you feel you must traverse the court landscape of relationship-endia a.
An Overview of Basic Appellate Concepts Relating to Divorce and Family Law Cases - Part 3 As discussed in Part 2 of this appeal mini-series, there are two basic types of appeals from divorce court and family law judgments and orders: Direct Appeals and Writs of Appeal. Again, this blog is intended simply as a primer and to paint the broad strokes.
Q. My son who is a fire captain is going through a divorce/custody dispute. The problem is that during the summer months/fire ...