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As we know, each case is unique, but there’s always a right and a wrong way to go about divorce or separation. There are several things that both you and your partner can or should do in order to make the procedure go as easily as possible.

Unfortunately, throughout our years of experience in dealing with divorce proceedings, we have encountered a number of couples that were unintentionally or intentionally committing some common mistakes that hindered the process of divorce.

In this post, you’ll get informative guidelines regarding common mistakes to avoid:

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Out of all types of divorces, military divorces are the ones that are open to a higher number of complications. Military marriages are similar to the civilian divorces, however, there are a number of important differences that service members and their spouse will need to know.

The added complexities in military divorce make the process more stressful than the average divorce. If you have been serving in the military and are considering divorce, there is information you need to know. Military divorces do have similar matters such as spousal support, child custody and support, asset division, and debt division; however, there are other issues in a military divorce that are not part of a civilian divorce.

Divorce or separations are the most difficult phase for the entire family, especially for the couple who is going through with such a stressful, confusing, emotional, as well as painful event. Things get worst when one spouse wants to stay married; on the other hand, one wants to file for divorce, and that’s sense like deep treachery. You may be upset, mad, and hurt, or you may even feel like your partner is making outrageous or unreasonable demands. In that situation, a person can easily lose control. But it is better to stay calm and try to be practical.

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Here are some expert attorney’s specify do’s of a divorce while you are going through a divorce.

What are the Do’s of Divorce?

You can trust The Law Office of Doppelt and Forney, APLC to assist you in your divorce, legal separation or paternity case. Our law office practices in all aspects of family law including child support, child custody and visitation, spousal support, attorney fees, and more.

We offer a free consultation where you are able to discuss your case with an experienced attorney. At the consultation, the attorney will provide you with legal analysis of your issues and provide you with techniques to help obtain your legal goals and protect your rights. If you were to hire our firm to represent you in your family law case, we are a full-service family law firm. We prepare the petition and summons and all the initial dissolution pleadings for filing with the San Diego Superior Court. We will assist with the mandatory preliminary declaration of disclosures including the schedule of assets and debts and income and expense declaration. We can prepare pleadings for a default with no agreement, a default with an agreement or an uncontested case as well as litigating as necessary. We can assist with emergency hearings [ex parte] as needed. We also prepare discovery including written interrogatories, production of documents, subpoena, deposition, request for admissions, request for inspections and others. If needed, we can also schedule a mandatory settlement conference as well as appearing for trial if this is necessary. Our firm assists with the preparation of all pleadings and court appearances as necessary including the family resolution conferences. We also handle post judgment motions including motions for modification of child and spousal support and the parenting plan as well as motions to set aside the judgment and enforcement of the judgment. We can assist with income withholding orders for wage garnishments. Call today to learn how we can help you.

Chris Pratt and Anna Faris show grace and respect for each other as their divorce settles.

The Law Office of Doppelt and Forney, APLC practices in all aspects of family law including divorce, legal separation and paternity. Call us to schedule your free consultation. At the consultation, we give a legal analysis of the issues with specific techniques and strategies to try and obtain client goals as well as protecting client’s rights.

If you retain our services, we are a full-service law firm. Leave all the confusing paperwork, filings and pleadings to us. We prepare the petition and summons and all the initial dissolution pleadings for filing with the San Diego Superior Court. We will assist with the mandatory preliminary declaration of disclosures including the schedule of assets and debts and income and expense declaration. We can assist with emergency hearings [ex parte] as needed. We also assist with motions for child custody, child visitation, spousal support, alimony, attorney fees, residence exclusion orders and others. We can prepare the marriage settlement agreement and judgment pleadings. We negotiate with opposing counsel and/or opposing party to try and settle case if at all possible. We represent clients in family law court in all of the court houses in San Diego County including downtown, Vista, Chula Vista and El Cajon. Our firm assists with the preparation of all pleadings and court appearances as necessary including the family resolution conferences. We can assist with income withholding orders for wage garnishments.

For Rudy Giuliani and Judith Giuliani, the third time is not the charm.

The San Diego divorce lawyers at The Law Offices of Doppelt and Forney, APLC are here to help you through your divorce, legal separation or paternity case.

At your free consultation, your attorney will listen to your concerns and provide you with techniques to help obtain your legal goals. We prepare the petition and summons and all the initial dissolution pleadings for filing with the San Diego Superior Court. We will assist with the mandatory preliminary declaration of disclosures including the schedule of assets and debts and income and expense declaration. We can prepare pleadings for a default with no agreement, a default with an agreement or an uncontested case as well as litigating as necessary. We assist with filing and proof of service. We can assist with emergency hearings [ex parte] as needed. We also handle post judgment motions including motions for modification of child and spousal support and the parenting plan as well as motions to set aside the judgment and enforcement of the judgment. We also assist with motions for child custody, child visitation, spousal support, alimony, attorney fees, residence exclusion orders and others. We negotiate with opposing counsel and/or opposing party to try and settle case if at all possible. We can prepare the marriage settlement agreement and judgment pleadings. Our firm assists with the preparation of all pleadings and court appearances as necessary including the family resolution conferences. We can assist with income withholding orders for wage garnishments. We can assist with referrals to experts including forensic CPA’s, child custody evaluators, court reporters, attorney service for filing, vocational evaluators, appeal attorneys as necessary, private Judges, Special Masters, Mediators, Appraisers and 730 Evaluators.

Contact us today to find out how we can help you through your family law case.

The Law Offices of Doppelt and Forney, APLC are here to help you in your divorce, legal separation or paternity case. We offer legal research, child support and spousal support calculations, preparation of forms and much more. Call us today to schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced attorneys. With over 50 years combined experience, you can count on us to aggressively fight for your best interest and protect your rights as a spouse or parent.

A new law in California just passed that changes how pet custody is handled in divorce cases.

Previously, in the eyes of the court, pets were considered “property” when it comes to splitting up assets in a divorce and the ownership of the pet was argued in this way.

A recent case before the Second Appellate District tasked that court with addressing an unusual case of reimbursement following the post-divorce sale of a couple’s marital home. The appeals court reversed a trial court’s order of reimbursement in favor of the wife because that trial court made several procedural errors, including improperly refusing to consider the husband’s argument that the wife unreasonably delayed in selling the home.

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In a case in which the couple has considerable assets, one of the bigger challenges can be dividing the community estate. In one divorce that involved a high-value community estate and allegations of hidden assets, the Sixth District Court of Appeal reversed a trial court’s order that divided the estate. The trial court’s division improperly gave the wife duplicative benefits regarding certain assets when the statute did not allow the wife to receive such benefits.

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If you are a follower of basic cable house “flipping” shows or of celebrity gossip, chances are you’re familiar with the stars of HGTV’s “Flip or Flop” show. The weekly show follows a married pair of highly successful house flippers from Orange County, who appeared on screen as a happy husband and wife with two children. In late 2016, though, the couple announced that they were separated, and in early 2017, the husband filed for divorce, according to an Orange County Register report.

Before the husband filed, though, some online sources claimed that executives at HGTV were demanding that the couple go back to holding out the appearance of a happy family, at least for the remainder of their TV contract, or else face a lawsuit for breach. While your impending divorce may not lead to litigation launched by a TV network, it still may involve many complex hurdles you must address if you and your spouse share a business together.

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