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  • 8 Nov. 2016

    Three Ways to Have a Happy Thanksgiving After Divorce

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    Most people spend the Thanksgiving holiday and break with family and their closest loved ones. Of course, for people moving through the divorce process, the holiday season can be an emotionally draining time of year. Because our Orange County attorneys understand Thanksgiving can be difficult after divorce, our legal team has listed three ways recently divorced spouses can create a more enjoyable ...
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  • 20 Sep. 2016

    4 Divorce Myths Busted

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    If you are considering filing for divorce, there is a chance you have heard many contradictory things about the legal process. In fact, some myths may have even prevented you from taking action. Regardless of where you are in the process, it is important to note that much of what you have heard may only be rumor. Our Orange County divorce lawyers at The Buncher Law Corporation have busted four ...
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  • 1 Aug. 2016

    Understanding Separate and Community Property in California

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    When married couples decide to file for divorce, there are often numerous issues, including child support, child custody, spousal support and more. One of the most important matters that must be dealt with in a timely manner, which can be hotly contested during divorce, involves property division. Oftentimes, couples who are not able to reach a resolution are forced to litigate the issues in ...
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  • 26 Jul. 2016

    You Don't Have To Get Stuck With Your Spouse's Education Loans In A Divorce

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    There is a reimbursement claim that is often missed by family law attorneys because it is an exception to community property principles. The basic rule of community property is that all debts or assets acquired during marriage belong to both spouses. Such community debts and assets are equally divided. However, this rule does not apply to loans and expenses incurred or paid during a marriage for a ...
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  • 8 Jun. 2016

    Does My Spouse Have to Move Out When I File for Divorce?

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    When it comes to divorce, many aspects of a person’s life can change drastically – including living arrangements. In fact, one of the most common concerns many people fail to consider prior to divorce is whether or not a spouse has to move out once one spouse has filed a petition. In California, if a couple purchases a home together, the house is typically considered marital property. ...
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