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Bifurcation & Bifurcated Divorces In An Economic Downturn

In a divorce proceeding, bifurcation is the division of the divorce into two or more parts. In California, bifurcation is governed by California Family Law Code Section 2337. There are two types of bifurcation. In the first, the parties bifurcate … Continue reading

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Post-Nuptial Agreements In Today’s Economy

Increased unemployment, continuing devaluation of investments, and a severe downturn in the housing market. These financial pressures can strain any marriage, but a survey of divorce lawyers across the county suggests that they are not leading to an increase in … Continue reading

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