How Will a San Diego Divorce Affect Business Owners - Valuation

How Will a San Diego Divorce Affect Business Owners

Pierre Domercq Professional Practice & Business Ownership

How will a San Diego divorce affect business owners?  If you have or your spouse have your own business, own an interest in a company or are part of a professional practice you are probably wondering what will happen to it during the divorce.  Will the divorce affect normal business operations?  How will the community property interest in the business …

Calculating California Guideline Child Support in a San Diego Divorce

Calculating California Guideline Child Support in a San Diego Divorce

Pierre Domercq Child Support

How much will you be required to pay or receive in child support after a divorce in Carlsbad or anywhere in San Diego? What should you know about calculating California Guideline child support and why is this an important starting position in a divorce? In order to complete the information entry in the guideline child child support calculator you will …

What Constitutes the Date of Separation in a San Diego Divorce

What Constitutes the Date of Separation in a San Diego Divorce

Pierre Domercq Divorce

What constitutes the date of separation in a San Diego divorce and why is this such an important date in the process of your divorce in Carlsbad or North County? The “Date of Separation” used to be the date the couple physically separated households prior to a divorce. California law on the subject was recently changed to reflect the difficult …

A San Diego Divorce Involving a Doctor - Valuation & Community Property

A San Diego Divorce Involving a Doctor

Pierre Domercq Divorce

Are you a physician or the former spouse in a San Diego divorce involving a doctor?  It may surprise you to learn doctors have one of the lowest divorce rates as a professional here in the US.  However, doctors get divorced.  The life of a doctor is demanding.  Physicians save lives, help people to manage significant health challenges while maintaining …

High Asset Divorces in San Diego Require Strategic Planning

High Asset Divorces in San Diego Require Strategic Planning

Pierre Domercq Divorce

High asset divorces in San Diego require strategic planning and extensive legal skill and experience.  Financially substantive individuals who are considering a divorce in San Diego, Carlsbad, Oceanside, or Encinitas should work with the well established, experienced Certified Family Law Specialists at Burke & Domercq who can provide sound counsel and guidance. Our attorneys help to protect our client’s interests …

Protect Your Business During a San Diego Divorce

Protect Your Business During a San Diego Divorce

Pierre Domercq Professional Practice & Business Ownership

What are the best strategies to protect your business during a San Diego divorce?  Will your company be a part of the community property settlement or will it be classified as “separate” property?  These are crucial questions for any business or professional practice owner who is considering a divorce.  Generally speaking, if you owned your business prior to the marriage …

Commingling Community and Separate Property Complicates a Divorce

Commingling Community and Separate Property Complicates a Divorce

Pierre Domercq Divorce

Commingling community and separate property complicates many Carlsbad divorce cases.  Carlsbad, Oceanside, Encinitas and Vista residents who are contemplating divorce may wonder what happens to gifts or inheritances which were given to one partner during the marriage. That depends on whether or not the gift was commingled with marital funds. In the absence of a prenuptial agreement which specifically establishes …

Will Infidelity Affect Spousal Support in a San Diego Divorce?

Will Infidelity Affect Spousal Support in a San Diego Divorce?

Pierre Domercq Divorce

Will infidelity affect spousal support or the division of property in a San Diego divorce?  Generally speaking, infidelity is not relevant to divorce proceedings in California.  California is a “no fault” state, and the Court will presume the reason for the divorce is simply irreconcilable differences. How will infidelity affect spousal support in our case?  The need for spousal support …