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Four ways filing for divorce benefit your immigration case
Four ways filing for divorce benefit your immigration case

Couples get divorced for various reasons. California is a no fault state. The reasons why a couple is getting divorced are often irrelevant to the issues of the family law case. Divorce is often a difficult and negative experience for most families. However, getting divorce ...

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Blog Posts in 2015

  • Can a conditional greencard holder file an immigrant petition?

    Beneficiary spouse of marriage based immigrant petition’s where the marriage was less than 2 years old at the time of the immigrant visa or status was ...

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  • Early Filing of Adjustment of Status Application and Work Authorizations available October 2015

    Early Filing of Adjustment of Status Application and Work Authorizations available October 2015 The Department of State and the USCIS revised the ...

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  • Do you need to be living in separate residences to be considered "Separated" from your Spouse under the California family law?

    Family Code 760 provides that all property acquired by the spouse during the marriage is community property. That means each spouse has a half ...

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  • Can a Divorcing Couple agree to pay for their adult children's college expenses in their Divorce Judgment?

    Divorcing couples with children sometimes worry about who is going to pay for their children's college education after the divorce once their children ...

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  • Can I qualify for a green card despite the Petitioner's Death?

    Can I qualify for a green card despite the Petitioner's Death? Consider this common factual situation. You are over 21 years old and your US citizen ...

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  • Will a domestic violence finding affect my claim for sole or joint custody of our Children?

    Will a domestic violence finding affect my claim for sole or joint custody of our Children? An action under the DVPA (Domestic Violence Protection ...

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  • Why is the Date of Separation Significant in Divorce Cases?

    Why is the Date of Separation Significant in Divorce Cases? If you are contemplating divorce, have you ever wondered the exact date you "separated" ...

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  • Do I need a Premarital Agreement before getting married?

    In the absence of a premarital agreement, the general community property presumption under California family code section 760 controls which provides ...

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  • Disclosure and characterization of overseas assets in divorce

    In a divorce proceeding, people sometimes have a misconception that the only assets or properties that have to disclose assets and properties situated ...

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