Understanding FL-150 Forms

A frustrating but mandatory part of the divorce process in California is completing financial disclosure forms. One of these forms is the Income and Expense Declaration (FL-150), which requires both the Petitioner and Respondent to detail their earnings and spending. Understanding FL-150 forms is important because they can be complicated and can make the [...]

fotex2023-12-12T23:22:41-08:00November 15th, 2021|Asset and property division, Child and spousal support, Taxes|

What Is a Postnuptial Agreement?

You’ve heard of a prenup, but what is a postnuptial agreement? Unlike a prenuptial (or premarital) agreement, which is a contract entered into before marriage by two persons intending to marry, and which is covered by California Family Code section 1615, a postnuptial agreement is a contract entered into by persons who are already [...]

fotex2023-12-11T20:23:02-08:00May 7th, 2018|Asset and property division|

How Can a Family Law Attorney in San Diego Help Me Keep My Home?

There are many challenging questions that arise during a California divorce. One of the most common questions people have is about division of property, and "how can a family law attorney in San Diego help me keep my home?" Sometimes spouses both want out of the house, possibly because they cannot afford to maintain it [...]

fotex2023-12-11T18:54:04-08:00March 15th, 2017|Asset and property division, Divorce, Divorce settlement|

California Grounds for Divorce and Residency Requirements

Divorce is a legal process that has been left up to each individual state to determine. There are different requirements put in place for people to get divorced within a particular state. If you have made the difficult decision to get divorced in California, you must first meet certain residency requirements. California grounds for [...]

When Do You Need a Prenuptial Agreement?

A prenuptial agreement, known as a premarital agreement in California, is an agreement between two people intending to marry that helps govern the terms of the marriage as well as potential dissolution of the union. For many years, prenuptial agreements have had a bad reputation as instruments used only to protect the money one spouse [...]

fotex2023-12-11T17:34:35-08:00July 20th, 2016|Asset and property division, Divorce, Divorce settlement, Legal Separation|
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