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How Child Support Is Determined in Family Law

You reached the point where you know you need help from the other parent, but what is best for the children? Experts like Isolina Ricci, PhD will tell you that living in an environment without all the fighting and controversy is best for the children, even if it is in two houses. In her book […]

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What to Do if Your Spouse is Hiding Assets

What to Do if Your Spouse is Hiding Assets

Where to Find the Assets Our Previous article, Spouses Trying to Hide Assets in a Divorce showed you ways spouses hide assets. This article will highlight ways to protect yourself from the most commonly hidden asset, cash. If you believe your spouse is hiding assets, there are ways to uncover at least some of it, […]

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HFLG Six Step Process-3rd Installment

HFLG Six Step Case Process-3d & Final Installment

The third and final installment of the Hittelman Family Law Groups continues to review the six step case process series. In the first two installments we reviewed the unique and personalized approach Steve Hittelman and the entire HFLG team follow. The actions followed with their family law cases and clients ensure the best possible outcome […]

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3 Benefits of a Nesting Arrangement After Divorce

Do you feel like you are ready for divorce, but not quite ready to expose your children to all the major changes involved in the process? One way to ease into the many transitions that come along with divorce is by nesting. Under a nesting arrangement, children stay in a family or mutual home, while […]

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5 Ways Your Spouse May Hide Assets During the Divorce

Divorce can make spouses resort to sneaky tactics to hide and protect their most valuable possessions. Whether done as revenge or for personal gain, hiding assets in a divorce can cause trouble for everyone involved. California follows community property laws, meaning that all the assets you accumulated with your spouse during your marriage are eligible […]

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California Doesn’t Make the Grade in Shared Parenting

Your children need you as they grow up, and you wouldn’t want it any other way. A divorce could step in to threaten that relationship, especially as California falls short when it comes to dividing parenting time. The National Parents Organization (NPO) stamped California with a D grade when it comes to legislation on shared […]

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Managing Marital Separation and the Holiday Season

The holidays are usually a joyous and family-oriented time, but this year you may be fearful that the holidays won’t be the same. The holiday season can be stressful, challenging and emotionally draining, especially for those who are separated or are going through a divorce this year. If you and your spouse have recently decided […]