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Heavyweight Penalties: Hiding Assets In A Divorce

By Cardwell Steigerwald Young LLP |

The iconic Hollywood heavyweight Sylvester Stallone was recently accused of hiding marital assets by Jennifer Flavin, Mr. Stallone’s estranged wife of 25 years. According to her filing, Mr. Stallone has “engaged in the intentional dissipation, depletion and/or waste of marital assets, which has had an adverse economic impact on the marital estate.” While the… Read More »

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Northern California Domestic Violence Slaying Highlights The Importance Of Utilizing The Law To Help Prevent Attacks On Potential Victims

By Cardwell Steigerwald Young LLP |

Karina Castro, a twenty-seven year old mother of one year old and seven year old girls, was killed in early September in the streets of San Carlos, California. The man charged in her killing is the father of one of her children: thirty-three year old Jose Rafael Solano Landaeta. Reportedly, Ms. Castro was attacked… Read More »

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Domestic Violence Restraining Orders In California

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The path one must journey to come to the questions of “Do I need a restraining order? What do they even do? Would this even actually help me?” is long. You, or someone you love, have doubtlessly dealt with countless unforeseen circumstances to reach this point, and have many things on your mind to… Read More »

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Are College Expenses Accounted For In A California Child Support Agreement?

By Cardwell Steigerwald Young LLP |

In the midst of divorce proceedings you may ask yourself: how do I ensure my child’s best interests are protected throughout this divorce? What situations do I need to account for? Will my divorce and child support agreement account for any educational costs, such as a child’s college tuition? In California, child support typically… Read More »

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What Does It Really Mean To Pursue “Full Custody”?

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When entering the divorce process, many parents decide that they want to pursue “full custody” of their children. But what does that term, “full custody” really mean? Whether you yourself have decided to pursue full custody of your child, or you’ve been notified that your ex-partner is pursuing said custody, here’s what you need… Read More »

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What You Should Do To Prepare For Your Divorce

By Cardwell Steigerwald Young LLP |

The decision to divorce should never be taken lightly. Apart from the obvious emotional toll it takes on you, your former partner, and those involved in your lives, the divorce process can also be difficult, lengthy, stressful, and technically confusing. If you have come to the difficult decision to divorce, it is easy to… Read More »

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What Is Parental Alienation, And What Can You Do To Stop (Or Prevent) It

By Cardwell Steigerwald Young LLP |

The breakup of a marriage or partnership will always be hard on everyone involved. Unfortunately, this also extends to any children involved in the relationship’s dissolution.  As you, your children, and former partner navigate through the complicated landscape of divorce and child custody arrangements, you may feel that your relationship with your child is… Read More »

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