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How Can I Move Forward Financially After a California Divorce?

At the Law Office of Joyce Holcomb, our Certified Family Law Specialist in San Bernardino understands that every divorce is different, as is the financial fallout that occurs during and after. We also know that money impacts nearly all the personal and professional aspects of people’s lives, which can make divorce a very scary prospect for some… Read More »

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What Goes Inside a Successful California Parenting Plan?

At the Law Office of Joyce Holcomb, our Certified Family Law Specialist in San Bernardino understands that when couples with children decide to divorce, their priorities shift, so their focus is on the best interests of their kids. This is good news because our divorce attorney also knows that is exactly where the court’s focus will be… Read More »

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How to Handle an Unforgiving Ex-Spouse While Co-Parenting Children

At the Law Office of Joyce Holcomb, our Certified Family Law Specialist and divorce attorney in San Bernardino, California understands that just because your divorce has been finalized does not mean the people involved have changed their habits or personalities. The reality is, even after you get divorced, both you and your ex-spouse may… Read More »

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Navigating Holiday Parenting Plans During a Pandemic

Chances are, if you are divorced and share minor children with your ex-spouse, 2020 has been an exceptional challenge when navigating parenting plans and custody agreements. With local health guidelines constantly changing to slow the spread of COVID, parents are charged with adjusting their kid’s schedules on the fly, which is not always easy… Read More »

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Avoiding Destructive Behavior During a California Divorce

At the Law Office of Joyce Holcomb, our divorce attorney in San Bernardino knows that even when a divorce is amicable, and both spouses respect the fact that it is time to move on, the process is still stressful, exhausting, and confusing. After one spouse files for divorce, there are many decisions to be… Read More »

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How Can My Spouse and I Successfully Live Together During Our California Divorce Proceedings?

As challenging as 2020 has been so far, getting divorced during a pandemic may be increasingly complex compared to a time when we were free to move about the court system unimpeded by closures, scheduling backlogs, social distancing, and mask requirements. Once divorce documents have been filed, it is not a forgone conclusion that… Read More »

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Am I Guaranteed to Receive Spousal Support Payments After My California Divorce?

At the Law Office of Joyce Holcomb, our San Bernardino Certified Family Law Specialist understands there is a lot of confusion regarding what happens when couples decide to divorce in California. While our state allows temporary, rehabilitative, and permanent spousal support to be awarded during the divorce proceedings and as part of the final… Read More »

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Can I Count Items I Purchase For My Children Towards Child Support Payments?

California divorces focus on many aspects that dictate both spouses’ financial futures. There is the matter of equitably distributing assets and debts, examining eligibility for spousal support, and outlining child support requirements when the couple shares minor children. Once the details are finalized, the payments that follow can often be a point of contention… Read More »

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Removing The Stigma From Prenuptial Agreements In San Bernardino

According to the U.S. Census, the median age for men and women to marry in 1960 was approximately 22 and 20, respectively. Last year, those ages swelled to 30 and 28. And that is not the only thing that has changed. Since Americans are getting married later, they are accumulating more experience, more assets… Read More »

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Can Grandparents Be Awarded Custody of Grandchildren In California?

For some California children, grandparents provide love, support, stability, mentoring, guidance, and fun that their parents cannot, either through visitation or by sharing the same home. Often, these grandparents are compelled to step in to ensure their grandchildren remain in a safe and supportive environment when their parents cannot provide the physical and emotional… Read More »

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