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When might a forensic accountant help in a divorce case?

As someone navigating your way through a California divorce, you may find that some steps in the process prove far easier than others. While dividing, say, home equity and debt between you and your soon-to-be-former partner can, in some cases, prove seamless, you may find that things become more complicated when you or your spouse have considerable assets or especially complex financial portfolios. In such situations, you may find it beneficial to enlist the aid of a forensic accountant who can delve deeper into your financial affairs in an effort to help you get your fair share.

How difficult is it to modify your child custody order?

If you are a divorced California parent, there may come a time after the court originally issues your custody and visitation order when that order no longer meets your needs or those of your children. As the California Court System explains, it is not unusual for divorced parents to change their parenting agreement every three years or so as their children grow up and their activities, interests and needs change.

What clues on social media may show your spouse is hiding assets?

In a community property state like California, you may feel a sense of relief during your divorce, knowing that assets will be divided equally between you and your spouse. However, what if your soon-to-be-ex is concealing assets from the court during the divorce process? This could result in your ex keeping significant assets from you, which could be particularly devastating if you will have difficulty making ends meet on a single income.

Reasons why couples sign postnuptial agreements

Some San Jose couples wonder after tying the knot if they should have gone ahead and signed a prenuptial agreement. Couples might balk at signing a prenup because it implies that their marriage is not strong. However if for any reason a couple has a change of heart, know that it is not too late. While you cannot sign a prenup after you marry, you can sign a postnuptial agreement that will cover many issues that prenups generally handle.

Is an uncontested divorce for me?

Your friends and family members, as well as the information you have learned from this blog, may have convinced you an amicable divorce is the best way to end your marriage. However, you and other Californians should understand that the chances of success with an uncontested divorce depend on numerous factors.

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