Category: California Divorce

Disclosure of Materials

Disclosure of Materials

During a divorce, both parties are required to disclose all material facts about the parties’ community assets to each other. Failure to do so can result in a breach of the fiduciary duty.

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Epstein Credits

Epstein Credits

When one spouse uses a community asset–such as a house–after the parties have filed for divorce but before a judgment has been entered, that spouse is charged with the use of a community asset.

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Vexatious Litigants

Vexatious Litigants

A person who files numerous motions can be found to be a vexatious litigant under California Code of Civil Procedure section 391 (b)(3).

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Divorce Lawyers

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