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Domestic Violence Cases in a Covid-19 World

By Beck Law P.C. |

Domestic violence cases for February in China where Covid-19 took off before it did in the US, were three times that of February 2019. For individuals who live with an abuser, the Covid-19 pandemic can only make matters worse. Being penned up with someone who asserts power over them can, in times of crisis, bring… Read More »

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Custody Order Enforcement in a Coronavirus World

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A family law court was impelled to hold an emergency custody order enforcement hearing in Orange County recently in order to determine the facts behind an alleged kidnapping. A woman had called police when her ex-husband failed to bring home their daughter at the expected hour. The girl’s father contended that their divorce decree… Read More »

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Secretly Planning Your Divorce Arrangements?

By Beck Law P.C. |

If you have been thinking about filing for divorce, there may be some pretty significant reasons to keep your divorce arrangements to yourself.  Remember, you are no longer on the same team, so strategizing with your own best interests in mind may be the best thing you can do for yourself, your kids, and… Read More »

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Marriage is Changing for Millennials

By Beck Law P.C. |

The institution of marriage is changing—and it is happening for lots of reasons. Millennials have a new take on tying the knot, and that means a whole new look for couples. Millennials are Delaying Marriage It seems that a big chunk of Millennials are children of divorce. They do not want to follow in… Read More »

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Tax Implications of Divorce

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Divorce is a tough enough business without being blind-sided by tricky tax implications of divorce. If you are considering a divorce, be sure you know what the tax implications will be for you. Generally speaking, a knowledgeable local divorce attorney can advise you further. The Date of the Divorce We all know that tax… Read More »

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Getting Married? Discuss Before You Tie the Knot

By Beck Law P.C. |

If you are thinking of getting married and have the grand idea that you will be able to change your partner once he or she sees how glorious life with you is, think again! The person you wed is a complex package of needs, wants, and abilities, and making sure you know just what… Read More »

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Couples Divorcing After Decades Together

By Beck Law P.C. |

Couples divorcing after many years together. You have been married for many years, but are wanting to strike out on your own. Naturally, making such a change in your life at this point can be a daunting thought. Rest assured, you are not alone. These days, couples who have been together for decades, as… Read More »

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January is Divorce Month

By Beck Law P.C. |

“Divorce Month.” What is it about January that brings the number of divorce filings lurching upward? Is it the letdown after all that holiday fun? The gloomy skies overhead? The realization that your forever love cannot seem to pick out just the right gift? The idea of starting another year with that person at… Read More »

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can the holidays trigger a divorce

Can the Holidays Trigger a Divorce?

By Beck Law P.C. |

Ah, the holidays—the happiest time of the year! There is caroling and lights, stockings and goodies—and good cheer to all, right? For many of us, the idyllic vision of holiday cheer is smack dab up against heavy traffic, long lines in stores, pressure from relatives, and unmet expectations. In other words, it can be… Read More »

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text messages and domestic abuse

When Text Messages Support Your Claims of Domestic Violence

By Beck Law P.C. |

If you are going through a difficult divorce and believe there is text message evidence of your spouse’s violent predilections locked away in cell phone messages, can you use those messages to bolster your case in divorce court? Obviously, if you have those messages on your own phone, they are admissible to you to… Read More »

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