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How Property Disputes May Arise Even After A California Divorce Becomes Final

By Hepner & Pagan, LLP |

The division of property in a California divorce is often achieved through a marital settlement agreement (MSA) between the parties. Once a judge incorporates an MSA into a final judgment, it becomes a legally binding contract between the parties. This means if there is later a disagreement as to whether one side is upholding… Read More »

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In A Divorce, Can I Seek Reimbursement For My Spouse’s Spending On Their Hobby?

By Hepner & Pagan, LLP |

In a California divorce case, one spouse can run into problems if they use marital funds to pay for purely personal expenses and debts. The other spouse can argue this was an intentional waste or “dissipation” of community property. If the judge agrees, that can affect the final division of community property against the… Read More »

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