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203, 2020

Will your school-time parenting plan make the grade?

By |March 2nd, 2020|Categories: Blog, Child Custody & Child Support|Tags: |0 Comments

On behalf of Morna Challoner of Challoner Law posted in blog on Sunday, September 3, 2017. You may be among numerous California parents who finalized their divorces at the end of the last school year or during the summer. In that case, you haven't really had the chance to test the school-time parenting plan you negotiated during the divorce. As your children make their way back to school here in Santa Rosa, you will more than likely be implementing a new schedule for the school year. The summer may have gone well, so your hopes are high, but you may encounter roadblocks that you [...]

203, 2020

Business appreciation may determine asset division outcomes

By |March 2nd, 2020|Categories: Blog, Divorce, High Asset Divorce|Tags: , |0 Comments

On behalf of Morna Challoner of Challoner Law posted in blog on Monday, October 2, 2017. Going through divorce will cause you to face many concerns. Some of the biggest apprehensions may relate to how property division will turn out and other possible financial impacts. As a business owner, you may feel particular anxiety when it comes to the potential of losing a portion of your company to your ex-spouse as part of the divorce settlement. Dividing business assets can often present challenges. In particular, valuing a business may not always go as straightforwardly as hoped, as many different factors could have an important [...]

203, 2020

Legal custody versus physical custody: What’s the difference?

By |March 2nd, 2020|Categories: Blog, Child Custody & Child Support|Tags: |0 Comments

On behalf of Morna Challoner of Challoner Law posted in blog on Friday, October 27, 2017. As a California parent, you may be concerned about how your decision to end your marriage could impact your children. This is a normal concern, but you are not powerless to do anything about it. In fact, with a full understanding of your parental rights and experienced guidance, you can draft a custody plan that helps your children have stability and security during this difficult time. In your effort to minimize the impact that your divorce will have on your children, you may be wondering the best [...]

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