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The Buncher Law Corporation
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Dedicated to the results you want and need. We focus in divorce, business litigation, and Palimony/Marvin Action. Call: 949-203-1916
Dedicated to the results you want and need. We focus in divorce, business litigation, and Palimony/Marvin Action. Call: 949-203-1916

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"Is there a difference between divorce vs. family law"

The terms divorce and family law are often used interchangeably, but they can actually mean different things in practicality. Family law is a broad area of law that covers many legal areas in addition to those that are associated with the divorce process such as adoption, guardianship, and conservatorship. Divorce law is actually a subset of family law. While many attorneys who handle divorces may also have expertise in other areas of family law, this isn't always the case.

https://buncherlaw.com/2019/02/12/divorce-vs-family-law/
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"What you need to know about fathers' rights"

The state of California recognizes non-traditional family structures and provides fathers with certain child custody and visitation rights. Family courts value positive father-child relationships and want to make sure that children continue to have a productive and enriching relationship with their fathers. However, there's still a great deal of misinformation about the rights of fathers when it comes to custody and parenting time.

https://buncherlaw.com/2019/02/04/5-things-about-fathers-rights/
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"Cyberstalking and divorce"

Cyberstalking occurs when an individual is using social media to intimidate, defame, or harass you. Examples would include hacking into your social media accounts and posting hostile, slanderous, or even threatening messages. Spouses going through the divorce process may spy on each other through social media in order to gather information or evidence needed to build a case. But, if cyberstalking is involved, it could be considered to be a form of domestic violence.

https://buncherlaw.com/2019/01/27/cyberstalking-divorce/
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"Establishing paternity"

Due to advancements in technology, it's become increasingly easier to establish paternity through the use of DNA. All it takes is a swab of the inside of the mouth to procure a sample of DNA from the cheek cells of the individual in question and the child. Paternity can still be determined via a blood test as well as through the use of additional evidence.

https://buncherlaw.com/2019/01/22/how-paternity-is-established/
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"Taking care of your health during a divorce"

The divorce process takes an emotional as well as a physical toll on you. The stress and grief that accompany a divorce can have short-term as well as long-term effects on your mental and physical health. Self-care is important if you want to maintain your overall well-being during this most stressful of times. Eating a healthy diet, getting enough sleep, and developing an exercise routine are just some of the things that you can choose to do to help you through the divorce process and as you move forward with your life afterwards.

https://buncherlaw.com/2019/01/14/stay-healthy-during-divorce/
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"Mediation and your assets"

A mediation means that you and your spouse are choosing to work collaboratively with respect to your divorce proceedings. You may choose to retain you own independent attorney in a mediation as well. In a mediation, the mediator will require that both you and your spouse provide him or her with full financial disclosures so that marital property can be equally divided.

https://buncherlaw.com/2019/01/08/divorce-mediation-asset-information/
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"How to avoid custody issues around the holidays"

The holidays are supposed to be a time of togetherness with family and friends, but if you're going through a divorce or custody battle or if you have joint custody with your ex-spouse, the holidays can be a time of conflict and tension. The good news is that there are several strategies that you can use to negotiate custody arrangements that benefit you and your ex, but especially your children. A lot of compromising will be required of both you and your ex, but in the end, you children will enjoy spending time with both of you.

https://buncherlaw.com/2018/12/27/holiday-custody-strategies/
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"How does a new change in the tax law affect divorce cases?"

As of January 1st, 2019, alimony deductions will expire due to a new change in the tax law. After the first of the year, the law will now require the payer of alimony to pay the taxes on that income rather than shifting the tax burden to the recipient. Therefore, divorcing parties will be better off, financially-speaking, if they can finalize their divorce judgment before January 1st.

https://buncherlaw.com/2018/12/19/new-divorce-tax-laws/
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"Witnesses in a divorce case"

Having a character witness testify on your behalf in a divorce case is a common resource. It can help to simply the proceedings as well as vouch for your good character. The question then becomes who would you consider to serve as a character witness? The answer is anyone who can give truthful testimony about your reputation such as long time friends, neighbors, or colleagues from your workplace. Some courts have rules prohibiting family members from serving as character witnesses due to the possibility of pre-existing biases.

https://buncherlaw.com/2018/12/11/need-witness-divorce-case/
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"Keeping a lid on the cost of divorce"

The average divorce in California costs about $17,000 and takes 15 months to finalize, according to Lawyers.com. Divorce cases can run the gamut from simple to average to the complex. Fees for more complicated cases can range from $50,000 to $100,000 and take anywhere from 2-3 years to resolve. While there are many factors to take into consideration when talking about the cost of a divorce, there are some steps that you can take that can help keep your costs to a minimum.

https://buncherlaw.com/2018/12/04/divorce-secret-strategies/
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