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  • 27 Jun. 2012

    Dividing Debt in a Divorce

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    In today's economy, I can't think of a single divorce I have handled that doesn't weigh heavily on the family finances. Consider this installment an extension of one of my earlier posts titled " How to Save Money in a Divorce." And probably one of the most important things you'll do is decide how to distribute your debt. Let's start with a hypothetical situation ...
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  • 25 Jun. 2012

    Can One Spouse Get a Divorce if the Other Does Not Want It?

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    Prior to digging deeper into this topic, I want to challenge you to decide what your ultimate goal of filing for divorce. Many people think they want a divorce when in fact what they truly want is to get the other person's attention - see last week's installment " How to Save Money in a Divorce." The problem is that once you file for divorce you have let the flood gates go and ...
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  • 20 Jun. 2012

    How to Save Money in a Divorce (Part I)

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    We want to think of divorce as the worst-case situation; the last resort. Nevertheless, if divorce becomes the last resort, know that there are ways to save money. Divorce, like any other major event, requires advance planning. You can do a few things without an attorney such as close joint accounts, start individual accounts, work out a financial plan - common sense moves that will benefit ...
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  • 18 Jun. 2012

    Divorce and Your Taxes - Tax Free Transfer Rule

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    Continuing my basic primer on family law – last time, I posted a fairly complete discussion on advantages (if any) of filing for divorce first. This post, I will go into a little detail about divorce and Taxes. First, let's start with a common scenario: Wife loves the family home, it has sentimental value and she does not want to uproot the kids. Husband has spent years building stock in ...
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  • 14 Jun. 2012

    Are There Any Advantages to Filing for Divorce First?

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    This post is part of a continuing series to help you through a basic primer on family law and what's in the court's powers to decide. Last week, I posted definitions and parameters of Visitation and how it affects support. In this post, I will go into a little detail about one of the most puzzling questions surrounding divorce filings. Divorce attorneys are often asked if there is a ...
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  • 11 Jun. 2012

    Visitation and How if Affects Support

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    This is part of a continuing series to help you through a basic primer on family law and what's in the courts powers to decide. Last week, I posted definitions and parameters of the types of child custody as they pertain to family law. In this post, I will go into a little detail about Visitation and how it may/may not affect support. The Orange County Bar Association released an article in ...
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  • 7 Jun. 2012

    Types of Child Custody

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    There are times when I need to offer our clients a basic primer on legal definitions and the court as we wind through the legal process. For the next several weeks, I will post definitions, explanations and general commentary about the legal details that affect family law. In our first installment, I begin with the rights of parents to care for, have custody of, and nurture their children. The ...
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  • 4 Jun. 2012

    Trends for Divorce: The Next 100 Years

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    A few years back, I came upon a book titled The Next 100 Years, a Forecast for the 21st Century written by George Friedman, the chief intelligence officer and founder of Strategic Forecasting, Inc. (aka "Stratfor"). I won't get into a detailed discussion about the significance of the organization (aside from mentioning its nickname "the shadow CIA"), but the book is worth ...
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