Keeping The House After A Divorce: How The 6/36 Rule Affects Your Ability To Qualify

Once you and your spouse decide to split, you’ll have many issues to work out: not the least of which is deciding what to do with the family home. If you have children together, one of you could make a strong argument for staying on and raising the kids in what is possibly the only home they’ve ever known. As long as you both agree to the arrangement, the process should be as simple as informing each attorney that one spouse plans to stay in the home, right? … More Keeping The House After A Divorce: How The 6/36 Rule Affects Your Ability To Qualify

Advocating For Your Divorcing Client: Can The CDRE Represent Opposing Counsel’s Client Too?

As a successful Bay Area divorce attorney, you’d never violate the State Bar’s Rules of Professional Conduct by trying to represent both spouses during a divorce case. It’s a decision you simply wouldn’t make. Real estate agents, however, abide by a slightly different set of rules. … More Advocating For Your Divorcing Client: Can The CDRE Represent Opposing Counsel’s Client Too?