Important Divorce Statistics to Understand: Do 50% of Marriages End in Divorce?

Many people have heard this famous divorce statistic over and over again: Half of all marriages end in divorce. Is this true? Does it matter? Keep reading to learn about this and other supposed statistics to get the facts behind them. Then contact at to learn about your divorce options, including divorce mediation. Do Half... read more →

Posted on: March 25, 2020

Six Signs That It May Be Time to Consider a Divorce

Most people who get married do so because they want to spend the rest of their lives together. Unfortunately, not all couples make it that far. There is something to be said for couples who are willing to fight together to make it work, but at some point many couples find that it is best... read more →

Posted on: March 18, 2020

The High Cost of Divorce in California: How Much Does It Really Cost?

If you are considering a divorce in California, there are likely many issues running through your mind. One of them may be the cost of divorce – and we are not just talking about the monetary cost, we are also talking about the emotional cost of divorce. Read on to learn more about this issue... read more →

Posted on: March 11, 2020

Ask an Attorney: Why Are Two-Thirds of Divorces Initiated by Women?

If you ask just about any divorce attorney who files for divorce often, men or women, they will give you a resounding answer: Women. Why is this? Keep reading to learn about what studies have shown about the topic. If you have questions or would like a free legal consultation with an experienced family law... read more →

Posted on: February 25, 2020

Six Red Flags to Keep an Eye Out for if You Hire the Wrong Attorney

Finding the right family law attorney can have a huge impact on the outcome of your case. At , we have worked with many clients who have had poor experiences with other attorneys. These are six of the red flags that often indicated they had chosen the wrong attorney. The Case Seems Wholly Unimportant to... read more →

Posted on: February 18, 2020

Understanding a Process Server’s Part in Filing for Divorce in California

Anytime a person is about to initiate a legal claim – which could be filing a divorce petition or filing for custody of your children – a notice will have to be served to the other party to alert them that there is a legal process occurring. This serves to ensure that they have an... read more →

Posted on: February 14, 2020

Changing Your Mind: Can You Put Your Divorce on Hold in California?

The way a person fees when they file for divorce is not necessarily how they will feel six months later – or even a few weeks later. Many people start the process and decide to give reconciliation another shot – but what happens to the divorce proceedings that have already started? Can they simply be... read more →

Posted on: January 23, 2020

Discover How Long an Uncontested California Divorce Generally Takes

If you and your spouse are in agreement about the fact that you should get divorced, you agree about how property should be split, and you agree about any alimony, child custody, or child support necessary, then you would assume your divorce would go fairly quickly. At when we work with people in this position,... read more →

Posted on: January 16, 2020

Learn How to Deal with a Spouse Who Lies About Assets During Divorce Proceedings

Divorce is hard enough without having to deal with the fact that your spouse may be lying about your assets. At we know how helpless this can make a person feel but the good news is that there is help out there for you. Keep reading to find out what you can do if your... read more →

Posted on: January 9, 2020

Have You Been Accused of Hazing? Get Help with the Criminal and Scholastic Charges

Being accused of hazing often has several parts: Criminal charges and potential school discipline. As you search for the right legal help, make sure you are choosing someone who can help with both. At we are well-equipped to handle your school hearing and any criminal charges. Call us at now to request a free case... read more →

Posted on: January 7, 2020