If you have substantial assets, one primary concern you may have is safeguarding your wealth from a California divorce. Whether you are currently married or getting ready to tie the knot, there are actions you can take to protect your wealth and ensure your financial security if divorce ever occurs.
As a California parent, there are a number of different reasons you may find it necessary to establish paternity. Maybe you know a man fathered your child, but he disputes your assertion and refuses to pay child support, or perhaps you are a father looking to obtain visitation custody or parental rights to your child. Regardless of your reasoning for doing so, however, there are certain steps you can take to legally establish parentage in California.
While going through your high net worth divorce in the Southern California area, it is important to be careful about how you handle key decisions. The decisions you make now will have an immediate and lingering impact on your and your kids’ lives after the judge issues the final divorce decree.
A divorce can impact all aspects of your life. This includes your professional life. As a Medscape article notes, if you are a doctor, this could include the medical practice you've worked so hard to build. As a doctor, what happens with your practice can have major impacts on your professional and financial future. So, it can be important to be aware of the different ways a divorce could potentially impact your practice.
It may not seem like it when you walk into the grocery store or the mall, but Thanksgiving will be upon us before we know it. Those responsible for cooking the big meal are planning their days, those who are travelling are getting ready for the crush of people at the airport, and divorced and separated parents are drawing battle lines as it pertains to holiday parenting time.