Settling a Case: “Buyer’s Remorse?”

Buyer’s remorse in family law occurs when one party, after agreeing with the court’s findings, decides he or she was unhappy with the ruling. In this case, Susan, the respondent, moved for an order to set aside judgment based on her opinion that Kevin, the other party, provided false information in the Declaration of Disclosure.*…

Potential Consequences of Hiding the Ball

The fiduciary duty of each party involved in the dissolution of a marriage requires full disclosure of documents and information that are pertinent to their case without being requested. This obligation includes the distinct nature and valuation of all assets and debts in which the community has or could have an interest or for which…

Fiduciary Duty and Divorce

Cryptocurrency, Divorce and Fiduciary Duty

Many people hear the term “fiduciary duty” and think it only applies to business relationships. In fact, divorcing spouses owe a fiduciary duty to each other. This means they must deal with each other fairly in the division of their assets, even when the assets include cryptocurrency. The Meaning of “Fiduciary Duty” in a Divorce…