Monthly Archives: December 2011

California No Fault Divorce

What is a no fault divorce? Well, in some states, in order to get a divorce, you must allege some wrongdoing on the part of the person you are trying to divorce. A common ground for divorce in a “fault” divorce state is adultry, and the person making the allegations must prove the grounds for… Read More »

What is a Vocational Evaluation?

The issues of spousal support (alimony) and child support occur in almost every Orange County Divorce. A vocational evaluation is a method by which a spouse’s earning capacity can be measured, and it is done by a vocational evaluation expert who is trained in evaluating a person’s ability to work and to survey the job… Read More »

Termination of Alimony/Spousal Support

For marriages of long duration (lasting 10 years or more), the spousal support obligation is “indefinite.” If your judgment does not specify a termination date for alimony, it may be that you will be paying support until one of the statutory terminating events occurs. Rather than sit around hoping the supported spouse will do something… Read More »

Divorcing In A Recession With Mediation

With the U.S. economy lagging on for yet another year, many people are putting off getting a divorce. Unfortunately, one of the main reasons for divorce – money problems – are at an all time high in a large number of California households. For people who cannot put off their divorce indefinitely, many are looking… Read More »