Moving forward after divorce

Life events and changes in the law can affect your post-divorce rights and responsibilities.

After your divorce has been concluded, there may be subsequent life changes, such as a new job or remarriage, which could impact your post-divorce rights and responsibilities. Also, after a divorce, there will inevitably be changes to California family law, which will affect the property and support rights of divorced people. If you have had significant life changes and have questions on how those changes might impact your divorce orders, or if you would like an assessment of whether changes to the law have occurred that could have an impact on your post-divorce rights or responsibilities, Contact Us.

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