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Many people believe that an attorney in a divorce is irrelevant. For many people, the cost of hiring an attorney is too high. They may believe that an attorney's goal is to muddle the water to increase fees. Some feel like attorneys as a whole are untrustworthy. Others believe that it is easy to learn about the legal process on their own. To see more reasons to hire a divorce law lawyer . . . .
A question often asked during a divorce is, "What happens to the wedding ring?" A ring is usually the most common gift given before a marriage; however, spouses give gifts to each other for birthdays, anniversaries, and special occasions. In California, the family law code decides what happens in a divorce to the gifts the spouses gave to each other during the marriage. By analyzing the California Family Code, the court determines which spouse gets the gift--the one who gave it, the one who received it, or both. For more information go to gifts given during marriage . . . .
1. Monetary Expense: Inexpensive litigation does not exist. Every stage of the proceeding is costly. In addition to attorney's fees, there are expert fees, filing fees, service fees, discovery fees, and reporter's fees. Hearings can last several hours or even days. The time to wait for the judge to hear the case can take hours. It is common for the parties to wait for their turn just to have a continuance of the hearing. For more reasons to settle a divorce to Ten Reasons to Settle a Divorce
Many people do not realize that most documents submitted to a judge can be accessed by the community. In addition, the proceedings themselves can be viewed by the public. The rational for open access is that it fosters integrity in the judicial system. It would be more difficult for a judge to rule in a discriminatory fashion if the public has access to the facts, the testimony, and the proceedings of every case. For more information go to public access to Orange County divorce actions . . . .
Sometimes during a marriage, spouses will transfer property from one spouse to the other. This occurs most frequently when the parties transfer property to one another in order to get a better interest rate on a family home. California Family Law Code §§850-852, allows a couple, by written agreement, to transfer or “transmute” community property to the separate property of either spouse or from the separate property to the community property. In legal jargon, this is referred to as transmutation. A transmutation is fulfilled when spouses transfer property between themselves during the marriage changing the character of the property. Click here for more information.
California Family Code §2339 states that a judgment for a divorce can be entered six months after the date the summons and petition is given to or “served” upon the respondent or six months from the date the respondent formally makes his appearance in court–whichever occurs first. The term 6 months and a day comes from the fact that the counting of the six months starts the day after the appearance or service of the summons and petition.
Usually, when one party files for divorce through a family law attorney and the issues between the parties are fully litigated in family court, a civil court cannot make a ruling on the same cause of action between the same parties. In California a civil action that ends in judgment is res judicata or “matter judged.” Although the theory seems straightforward–the same parties cannot litigate the same issues that have already been decided by a judge–there are some factors a judge must consider before dismissing the second case.Clike here for more information.
Sometimes during a divorce, one parent wants access to the other parent’s medical records to show that the other parent is unfit to raise the minor children. The request for records can include not only medical records, but also a request for therapy session records. The difficulty lies, however, in the fact that both the doctor's records and the therapist's records are protected by the doctor-patient privilege.Click here for more information.