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Mistakes You Can Avoid In A High Asset Divorce

By Foster Hsu, LLP |

Divorces in San Jose and throughout California are complex regardless of the amount of assets the parties own. Indeed, divorces can involve complicated disputes involving property division and spousal support regardless of the couple’s assets, as well as contentious disputes pertaining to child custody. Yet high asset divorces, also known as high net worth… Read More »

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Divorce Filings After The Holidays: What You Should Know

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If you are considering the possibility of filing for divorce after the holiday season ends and just after the New Year, you are not alone. According to an article in Reader’s Digest, January has become the most popular month for divorce filings, with more people filing for divorce in January than in any other… Read More »

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Steps To Take In A No-Fault Divorce

By Foster Hsu, LLP |

When you are planning to get divorced in California, you may be wondering about the type of evidence you will need to produce in order to show the court that a divorce is appropriate. You also may be concerned that you will need to convince your spouse to agree to the divorce in order… Read More »

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Dividing Cryptocurrency In Your Divorce

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Handling complex assets in a San Jose divorce can present complications under any circumstances and no matter what type of assets are involved, but cryptocurrency can present new and complex issues in California divorce cases. While courts in California have dealt with various forms of intangible property in California divorces for years, cryptocurrency is… Read More »

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What Should You Know About Divorce Mediation?

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When you are going through a difficult or contentious divorce in California, you might consider the ways in which family law mediation can allow you and your ex to resolve existing disputes so that you can have an uncontested divorce. Although divorce mediation is not for everyone, and it is not appropriate or beneficial… Read More »

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Talking To Kids About Divorce

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Talking to children about divorce can be extremely difficult, regardless of whether you and your ex are on relatively amicable terms and have reached an agreement about issues concerning child custody and co-parenting. The issues that every child will face concerning divorce will depend upon the circumstances of the family, the child’s age, and… Read More »

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What Is A Gray Divorce?

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In 2015, the term “gray divorce” entered the American lexicon with a working paper and subsequent peer-reviewed article in Research on Aging. That research was conducted by I-Fen Lin, Susan L. Brown, and Anna M. Hammersmith in the Department of Sociology at Bowling Green State University. The authors observed a shift in marriage rates… Read More »

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What Is Community Property In A San Jose Divorce?

By Foster Hsu, LLP |

If you are getting divorced in California, you may already know that California is one of only nine community property states in the country. States that are not community property states are known as equitable distribution states, and in those states, property from the marriage is divided in an equitable manner between the spouses,… Read More »

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Can I Keep Our Pet After The Divorce?

By Foster Hsu, LLP |

When most people think about issues of custody in a California divorce, they are considering the ways in which courts will need to make determinations about child custody because the spouses share minor children from the marriage. Yet pet custody can also become an issue in a California divorce, especially when the spouses share… Read More »

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Interspousal Transfer Deeds And California Divorce

By Foster Hsu, LLP |

Even though California is a community property state where each spouse is entitled to receive 50 percent of the marital property in a divorce, this does not mean that dividing property in a divorce is simple.   At times, parties disagree about whether a certain asset is community or separate.  The reason for disagreement is… Read More »

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