Worried About Hidden Assets in Divorce?

Are you worried about whether your spouse is hiding money in your divorce? Many people are. Especially when they have not been the person responsible for managing the family finances during the marriage. The state of California has a first line remedy for this called Declarations of Disclosure. These are forms that must be filled Read More

Is The Alternative to Killing Each Other The Solution to a Family’s Problems?

Please enjoy this weeks post courtesy of the Collaborative Family Law Group of San Diego: Is The Alternative to Killing Each Other The Solution to a Family’s Problems? by Sandra Joan Morris, Certified Family Law Specialist; Member, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers Seltzer Caplan McMahon Vitek Courts evolved long ago to provide an alternative to Read More

Finding the Right Financial Advisor

One request we frequently receive from our clients is a referral for a post-divorce financial planner. When posed to a group of attorneys, each had “their guy” whom they felt was best suited for a client’s needs. While a personal reference is important and valued, we wanted to instead provide a guideline of questions to Read More

Estate Planning: Is Your Estate Plan Up-to-Date?

We recently read this article by John Goralka discussing estate taxes and some very important, recent changes in the estate tax rates.  If you haven’t reviewed your estate plan in the past 2-3 years, it would be prudent to do so: An Estate Tax Time Bomb Read More