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Blog Posts in 2019

  • Why Millennial Divorce Rates Are Dropping

    Over the past few decades, a very unusual divorce trend has taken shape. While baby boomers and elderly Americans are more inclined to get divorced than ever before, the divorce rates for millennials and Gen X couples have actually dropped, lowering the total national divorce rate by more than 18% between 2008 and 2016 alone. Although this tilt towards more “grey divorces” might seem surprising, ...
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  • Can I Change My Mind and Divorce After Separation?

    In practice, legal separation shares a number of similarities with divorce – but in the legal system, these are two different processes with unique requirements. Fortunately, California law allows couples to convert a legal separation into a divorce, or to change their minds during the separation proceedings. However, it can often be tricky to navigate this kind of change without the help of a ...
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  • How Will Divorce Affect My Credit Score?

    It’s no secret that divorce is complicated, and the blast from your break-up can impact almost every aspect of your life. When we work with clients, they’re sometimes surprised to learn that divorce can impact their credit scores, too. At Myers Family Law, our Granite Bay divorce lawyers have more than 25 years of collective experience handling divorce cases throughout Placer County and beyond. ...
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  • What's the Difference Between Physical and Legal Custody?

    If you’re currently dealing with a child custody case, you know how complicated and difficult these cases can be. Regardless of your relationship with your ex-spouse, it can take a lot of work to prevent a minor disagreement from spiraling into a painful child custody battle – which could affect your child’s emotional wellbeing in the process. Of course, most of these difficult decisions center on ...
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  • When Can I Modify a Child Support Order?

    Once a court has ordered you to pay regular child support, you are legally obligated to make those payments. But what happens if you lose your job, or face another serious obstacle to paying support? While it can be difficult to change these payments, the state of California does allow you to petition for child support modifications if your financial circumstances change. Whether you’re the one ...
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