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Can Adultery Affect a Divorce?
Can Adultery Affect a Divorce?

Will adultery affect your divorce settlement? The short answer is not really;, or not legally at least. California is a no-fault divorce state which means you can get divorced for almost any reason. The usual reason is "irreconcilable differences," which is an ...

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  • Annulling a Marriage: The Basics

    Annulment has often been a widely-misunderstood legal concept. Civil annulments (that is, annulments granted by the state) are similar to divorces in ...

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  • How is Visitation Decided?

    After custody is determined, the court may need to make visitation orders. Visitation is necessary when one parent has been given sole physical ...

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  • Divorce Records: Private or Public?

    After a divorce has been finalized, the court will then hand the divorce records over to the state. The state will then file the records as either ...

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  • Helping Your Child Cope with Divorce

    While divorce is certainly difficult for both spouses involved, it is almost more emotionally damaging for the children. When children experience ...

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  • Who Gets the Dog/Cat? Divorce & Your Pets

    Divorce can be tough, especially when it comes to dividing property . But would you really consider your beloved cat, dog, or other family pet ...

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  • Divorce with a Family Business

    When it comes to divorce , most people are concerned about one thing: how assets will be divided. Property and asset division can be extremely ...

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  • Marriage Annulment Basics

    There are 3 main ways to dissolve a marriage in California: annulment, legal separation , and divorce . Either spouse can decide to end a marriage and ...

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  • Is There a Benefit to Filing for Divorce Before My Spouse?

    If you have considered filing for divorce, you may be wondering whether or not you would benefit from "striking first"—meaning, serving your spouse ...

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  • Top Ten Most Frequent Misconceptions About California Divorce

    1. I will be legally able to remarry six months after my divorce is filed… correct? In the State of California, marital status cannot terminate for at ...

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