Money Stability after Divorce

By Evie Jeang | Oct 11, 2019 | 0 Comments

After a dissolution of marriage, you may feel as if your financial situation has been set-back. You may feel forced to go back to working an nine to five office job, or even longer hours than expected. Your newly found independent relationship status may force you to live a moderate lifestyle and spend less than…

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Emotional Balance while Coping with Divorce

By Evie Jeang | Jul 24, 2019 | 0 Comments

Learning how to cope with your emotional distress from your separation of your ex-spouse is how someone must change their lifestyle because you can end up with emotional baggage that can be harmful to your mental and physical health. There are many healthy ways to change your lifestyle on coping with the separation of your…

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Bad Decisions to Avoid Before, During and After the Holidays

By Evie Jeang | Dec 20, 2018 | 0 Comments

Holidays often exacerbate the sadness, grief and frustration that comes with a traumatic breakup, especially for couples that have young children and shared custodial arrangements. Disagreements over divorce proceedings, support and visitation can reach an all-time high over the holiday season and force ex-partners back into the courtroom. However, there are ways to reduce the stress of…

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MARITAL PROPERTY: The Difference Between Joint Tenancy and Community Property

By Evie Jeang | Aug 12, 2018 | 0 Comments

What is the most favorable title between spouses? Joint tenancy and community property have much in common but there are some notable differences.   Joint Tenancy Joint tenancy is a type of co-ownership where two or more people, oftentimes spouses, individually own an undivided whole of the property and together are regarded as a single…

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Why You Should Finalize Your Divorce in 2018

By Evie Jeang | Aug 1, 2018 | 0 Comments

If you are going through the divorce process, timing may be an important factor for your pocketbook. New tax laws concerning divorce have been recently enacted. Read on to learn how these new laws could impact you. Alimony tax laws will undergo noteworthy changes on January 1, 2019. Under present codes, alimony is deductible for the…

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International Child Custody and Abduction

By Evie Jeang | Jul 29, 2018 | 0 Comments

Transnational or intercultural marriage is more prevailing; thus, it is common that parents have different nationality and reside in different places. However, when the marriage of a transnational couple comes to be unstable and inclines to rupture, this may result in the relocation of a child with a parent. As a result, during the time…

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Steps and Requirements to file a Workers Compensation Claim in California

By Evie Jeang | Jul 27, 2018 | 0 Comments

If you experience an injury at your work place, it is important for you to file a worker’s compensation claim in order to receive justice from your employer. Typically there are three fundamental eligibility requirements that you must have: You must be an employee, your employer must carry workers compensation insurance, and you must have…

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Psychological Impacts on Children going through a Divorce

By Evie Jeang | Jul 23, 2018 | 0 Comments

It is imperative to understand that each divorce situation is unique. The causes and impacts are divergent by cases and that includes the effects on children. The emotional impacts that children experience vary from age. For instance, younger children may be affected differently than say a teenager. Teenagers may be more prone to lashing out…

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How to Approach Social Media During Divorce?

By Evie Jeang | Jul 11, 2018 | 0 Comments

Social media allows people to share their lives and feelings to a public space. It also has functions that enable users to meet new people or search for a romantic partner. On the other hand, your social media activity can turn into an allegation in your marriage and be held against you. This is because…

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Family Heirlooms and Divorce

By Evie Jeang | Jun 25, 2018 | 0 Comments

Family heirlooms, which include antiques, photos, jewelry, or other collectibles, can be at the center of attention during divorce. The following tips can be used in order to facilitate the legal rights surrounding valuable items. 1. Personal Property v. Marital Assets Anything acquired before marriage is considered personal property, while anything acquired after marriage is…

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