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  • 30 Jul. 2012

    Discovery: The Subpoena

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    Information is vital to any court action. As I mentioned last week, discovery is the way your lawyer will gather information that you may need for your case. We have several possible actions that we may use to get at the needed information: we can present an amicable release of information from certain sources (banks, employers, et cetera) or we can force the information out into the open with a ...
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  • 25 Jul. 2012

    Discovery: Release of Records

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    One of the reasons I press for amicable divorce is that not only is the process far less threatening and upsetting for everybody involved, it’s far less expensive. For a successful divorce, truthful presentation of information is indispensable. When spouses chose to be contentious, that’s when my staff and I have to roll up our sleeves and make forceful demands on behalf of our client ...
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  • 18 Jul. 2012

    Pre-Trial Discovery Process

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    Cynics poke fun at our consumption of ‘legal-tainment’ (situation drama based on some aspect of the legal process). Who hasn’t heard at least one person in the office or at a social gathering demonstrate their command of legalese with a jumble of words like discovery, subpoena, deposition? For instance, the term “discovery” is tossed around so often that some people ...
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  • 16 Jul. 2012

    Book Review: Why Men and Woman Approach Divorce Differently

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    I just finished reading a book For Better or Worse: Divorce Reconsidered by Mavis Hetherington and John Kelly. One conclusion, which isn't much of a surprise, men and women approach divorce in very different ways. The book itself is quite a refreshing study. Hetherington (a psychology professor at the University of Virginia) collated data from more than 1,400 families and 2,500 children over ...
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  • 11 Jul. 2012

    How to save Money in a Divorce (Part II)

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    Start by learning about the divorce process before you start the process. Educate yourself and research California statutes; seek out friends who have gone through the process, and closely examine how your financial situation may affect your divorce. Also, figure out what divorce options are available to you; i.e., collaborative divorce, mediation, et cetera. A good attorney will have a wealth of ...
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  • 9 Jul. 2012

    "PASS" Planning an Amicable Divorce

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    We are somewhat tainted by the 'drama' of divorce. Our bias is that somehow, divorce must be as acrimonious, gut wrenching an experience as possible. Well, to be honest, I know only a handful of divorces that were not gut wrenching. But I have seen some fairly amicable ones. In fact, most divorces end amicably - where the two sides graciously decide to continue life separately and make the ...
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