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June 2013 Archives

Do you want to win or be happy?

California residents in the process of getting a divorce might benefit from asking themselves the question of whether they want to win the divorce battle or whether they want to be happy. A divorce expert stated in the Huffington Post that sometimes people might let their feelings and resentments get in the way of their reason. Sometimes it might be best to let the fight go in favor of obtaining happiness.

Dividing marital property in Sacramento

When a couple decides to go their separate ways, they will have to determine how the assets will be divided. If there are a great deal of assets, including closely-held businesses, professional practices, significant ones like rental properties and pension plans, then the asset division can be complicated. Both parties will want to tread carefully when navigating a complex property division.

Overseas adoptions may present some concerns

Members of the Evangelical Church in California may be interested in adoption, but there may also be some potential pitfalls regarding the process. The government has growing concerns that the adoptive agencies in other countries may be using unscrupulous methods to place some children. This includes falsifying reports of children who have existing family members in order to profit. These adoption agencies may be attempting to turn children into income while telling their parents that they will be able to have a better life in the United States.

Finding extra cash in divorce cases

Californians going through a divorce have to follow proceedings as presented by the community property laws; these are laws that usually require spouses who have owned a business together to equally split ownership of the business. That being said, an accountant from Los Angeles has made a living out of finding hidden money in divorce cases. The forensic accountant works his magic through tax returns and is typically hired when a spouse suspects their partner of hiding income earned from a business.

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