Senate Bill No. 1255 (otherwise known as the “Anti-Davis Legislation”) and What it Means for Couples who are Seeking to Establish a Date of Separation in California
On July 25, 2016, Governor Brown approved Senate Bill No. 1255 (otherwise known as the “Anti-Davis Legislation”), which is an act to amend Sections 771, 910, 914, and 4338 of, and to add Section 70 to, the Family Code, relating to family law. [blockquote text=”SB 1255 will add Section 70, which reads: (a) “Date of […]
One of the most important decisions divorcing or separating parents make is the time their children will spend with each parent. In California, divorced or separated parents use a parenting plan, also known as a custody and visitation agreement, to specify how their children spend their time.
1) Become well-informed early about your family’s assets and liabilities especially if you are not the spouse who has historically managed the money.
Clients frequently ask whether it is okay for them to date during their divorce. If you are grappling with this question in your own life, here are five things to keep in mind. Your dating could have unintended consequences for your divorce. While California is a “no-fault” state, dating while your divorce is pending could […]
In the wake of Facebook’s IPO and the new-found riches of employees of publicly traded companies such as Google, focus on dividing employee stock options upon divorce is likely to increase. Moreover, as awards of stock options and other forms of equity compensation become more standard for employees of all levels, courts will need to […]