January and the New Year can be a wonderful time. However, it can also be a tough time of the year when the comfortable warmth of the holidays melt away and the cold of reality hits your family situation. Well, we're already nearing the end of January 2017 & at Primus Family Law Group, we pride ourselves in zealously advocating for what is #RightAndReasonable in family law. Part of that calling is making sure that the general public, whom we serve, has access to helpful resources during their times of need.
This post highlights ten of our most recent and most popular posts, downloadable checklists, videos, and more. Should the need arise, please consider our Free 30 Minute Phone Consultations to determine if & how we can help you with your family law matter.
10 Blog Posts to Help You Through Separation
Why the Date of Separation Matters in a San Diego Divorce
Though the date of separation may seem relatively minor in the grand scheme of a divorce, it can actually be a pivotal date in determining a wide variety of factors—from whether certain property or assets are either communal or separate, to matters of a spousal support, and more.
Military Divorces: 3 Ways They Differ from Civilian Divorces in San Diego
With Camp Pendleton and the Naval Base nearby, San Diego County is certainly a proud home to its share of military service members and their families. When it comes to divorce among military members in San Diego, however, there are a few specific considerations to be made.
Self Employed and Seeking Divorce in SD? Three Steps To Making It Simpler
Divorces in San Diego where one spouse is self-employed can pose some unique challenges when it comes to dividing property and assets, and when it comes to determining spousal and/or child support.
San Diego Military Divorces: What To Expect When It Comes To Dividing Retirement Pensions
In a military town like San Diego, divorces wherein one spouse has served as a member of our armed forces are extremely common. To that end, the division of assets in a divorce where one spouse is an active or former service member can pose unique challenges.
What Happens if I File for Divorce in San Diego and Change My Mind Before It Has Been Finalized?
The decision to file for divorce in San Diego is often as multi-faceted as the decision to marry in the first place. It’s not uncommon that divorce petitioners have a change of heart as the ebbs and flows of life and relationships unfold.
10 Things You Need To Know About Divorces in San Diego
This free downloadable resource is paired with a special greeting and video entry from our managing partner, Bonnie Rabinovitch-Mantel. Follow the link above, to watch!
Preparing for a Divorce in 2017? You’re Not Alone. January Sees More Divorce Filings Than Any Other Month
According to MarketWatch.com, there are around one-third more divorce filings than average come January. The holidays certainly have a way of sharpening into focus the issues and conflicts that often make divorce a necessity, not to mention the inherent stress of the season.
Pre-Separation Checklist: 5 Steps to Take To Protect Yourself Before A San Diego Divorce
If you’re heading toward divorce in San Diego, there is no such thing as being too prepared. In fact, the more you’re able to plan and prepare now, the better you’ll be protected in the future as the divorce unfolds.
5 Child Custody Facts You Need To Know When Divorcing in San Diego
If you’re divorcing, and minor children are involved, you'll need the experience of an understanding, family law specialist working on your behalf to help you secure custody that is both right and reasonable for the minor children involved.
Top Reasons to Seek Spousal Support Modifications in San Diego
When it comes to requesting an adjustment in spousal support in San Diego County, there are a variety of factors that may come into play—changes in income, cohabitation, and other considerations