Spousal Support and Immigration

Family Law has been described as being similar to General Practice because it can interact with other specialties of law such as real estate, retirement, estate planning, income tax, criminal law and bankruptcy to name a few. Another interaction is with Immigration Law. One such case is In Re Marriage of Kumar (2017) 13 Ca […]

Financial Records

Keep Your Financial Records

When parties get married, they rarely think of their relationship ending in a divorce. Unfortunately, some couples eventually do get divorced, which may then require proof of the character and value of their property and debts. California is a community property state, which means that all property and debts acquired during marriage will be divided […]


Three in One: Questions From You

I am answering three separate legal questions on family law topics which clients have asked me this past month. As a family law specialist, this blog answers current client questions to educate readers with information on divorce that they may not know or understand.