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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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  • 28 Mar. 2013

    Timing and Implementing Automatic Temporary Restraining Orders

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    In a previous post, I explained that Automatic Temporary Restraining Orders (" ATROs ") are orders that come into effect once a summons is served in a dissolution action. ATROs apply to both parties in a case, and the orders remain in effect for the entirety of your case. There are four specific rules governing ATROS, you can read them here. In addition to the four automatic rules, the ...
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  • 21 Mar. 2013

    Protections from Automatic Temporary Restraining Orders

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    In a previous post, I explained that Automatic Temporary Restraining Orders (" ATROs ") are orders that come into effect once a summons is served in a dissolution action. ATROs apply to both parties in a case, and the orders remain in effect for the entirety of your case. There are four specific rules governing ATROS, you can read them here. In addition to the four automatic rules, the ...
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  • 14 Mar. 2013

    Exceptions in Automatic Temporary Restraining Orders

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    In a previous post, I explained that Automatic Temporary Restraining Orders ("ATROs") are orders that come into effect once a summons is served in a dissolution action. ATROs apply to both parties in a case, and the orders remain in effect for the entirety of your case. There are four specific rules governing ATROS, you can read them here. In addition to the four automatic rules, the ...
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  • 20 Aug. 2012

    730 Evaluations

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    If you’ve been looking around for information on the 730 Evaluation, you probably have come to realize that there’s scant – reliable – information that tells you what to expect. The Courts rely on California Evidence Code §730 (ref: leginfo.ca.gov) to appoint a child custody evaluator (thus the “730” designation). Evaluators are usually a licensed ...
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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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