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Pre Nuptial Agreement Santa Barbara Divorce Law- 7 Day Rule

By Marcus Morales on Jul 26, 2018 in Prenuptial Agreements

In California, a party must have 7 days from the time they were first presented with a pre nuptial agreement to the time is was signed, or else the pre nuptial agreement may be null and void.


Bitcoin and Divorce - Cryptocurrency Is the New Frontier For Divorce Cases, And Some Lawyers Are Crypto Ignorant

By Marcus Morales on Feb 13, 2018 in Prenuptial Agreements, Articles, Business Valuation, Child Support, Divorce, Featured Articles, Property Division, Spousal Support

When looking over bank statements and financial records the past couple of years in California divorce cases, we have noticed a couple of key words popping up in regards to cryptocurrency which signals red flags. One term is "coinbase". Coinbase is a digital exchange and wallet where cryptocurrency can be stored, purchased, sold and received. Think of coinbase like an online bank for cryptocurrencies.


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