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Blog Posts in October, 2014

  • Giving Your Ex Money During Divorce

    “I’m going to need to borrow some cash.” Has your ex asked you for money while you’re going through a divorce? If it’s happened to you, you’re not alone. Many former spouses, often unfamiliar with running a household on a single-income budget, go to each other for money when things get tight. In our San Bernardino family law firm , our clients have shared a wide range of requests; we’ve heard ...
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  • Detaching Emotion From Divorce Proceedings

    When was the last time you made a decision based on sadness, anger or hurt feelings? How did that work out for you? The truth is that it probably didn’t work out well. You’ve probably heard it a million times: divorce is one of the hardest things you’ll ever go through. And it’s true. You’re coping with a huge range of emotions, from grief and loss to anger and sadness; at the same time, you’re ...
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  • Planning Ahead For Divorce Is Financially Smart

    Filing for divorce can be emotionally and financially draining, even when the divorce is not a surprise and the couple has been expecting to split. Many couples will wait until children are in school and on a routine to file for divorce. Waiting to file is a good opportunity to get finances in order and create a clearer picture of what the post-divorce financial situation will look like. For some, ...
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  • Staying Organized During Your Divorce

    Divorce is hectic. It’s like that for everyone (so don’t worry – you’re not alone). Things get lost in the shuffle, which makes it tough when your divorce lawyer asks for a certain piece of documentation. Honing your organizational skills now will save you quite a bit of frustration later. How Late is Too Late? Whether you’re in the planning stages or you’ve entered the property division phase of ...
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  • Selling Your Home In A Hurry

    Selling your home in a hurry is usually a headache, but sometimes it’s a necessary one. If you, your ex and your San Bernardino divorce attorney all agree that you should put your home on the market immediately, chin up; there are a few things you can do to make the process go more smoothly. Selling Your Home During Divorce: It Can be Done Divorcing couples often sell their homes because they need ...
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  • Surviving a heated divorce

    Some people have extremely close relationships with their in-laws, which can make all of the parties involved feel like they have to choose sides in a divorce. It’s not any easier if you’re not close to your in-laws, though. In fact, many people feel like divorce is a battle – and if your ex-in-laws bring out the big guns, things can get a more difficult. First, remember that your divorce is ...
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  • Alleviating The Stress Of Divorce

    Divorce isn’t easy for anyone. The stress can build up until you feel like you’re at your boiling point – but it doesn’t always stop there. While some stress is actually good for you, divorce-related stress isn’t. There have been dozens of studies proving that stress compromises your immune system, hampers your ability to sleep and causes all kinds of other problems. Your San Bernardino divorce ...
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