3 Crucial Questions About The Family Home In Divorce

by Rachel Castrejon on Oct 30th, 2017

There are three important questions to ask when determining what rights you have regarding the family home. 1. When was the home purchased? If the home was purchased during the marriage and before the date of separation, it is presumptively community property… Read More

What are the benefits of Mediation In the Family Law Context?

by Rachel Castrejon on Oct 23rd, 2017

There are four primary benefits to mediation: The parties can control the outcome of their case. Reduced Cost Less antagonism and emotional drain. Mediation is confidential. In addition to the cost savings detailed above, mediation is a way for the divorcing couple… Read More

Who Pays For Divorce and How Can You Keep the Costs Down?

by Rachel Castrejon on Oct 16th, 2017

Not only is going through a divorce emotionally draining and time-consuming, it can also be very expensive. Being efficient while also obtaining ample information that will help you resolve your case is critical to managing the costs of divorce. Mediation generally offers… Read More

Mediation, Is It Right for Your Divorce and Child Custody Issues?

by Rachel Castrejon on Oct 9th, 2017

Are you going through a divorce and want to do it in a way that minimizes the anxiety, emotional turmoil and expense? If so, mediation is the right option of you. Mediation is an alternative dispute resolution process that both parties agree… Read More