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Amy Nashon

Ms. Nashon specializes in civil and business litigation, aviation, trust and estate litigation, products liability, and insurance coverage and defense

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Omid Khalifeh

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Philip R. Green

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Yosi Yahoudai

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Brian Hurwitz

Hurwitz Law Group is ready to represent you when you've been accused of a DUI, domestic violence, misdemeanor, or drug crime.

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Brian Breiter

We will take your case to trial, while other lawyers will fold. Named to ABOTA (American Board of Trial Advocates) Brian Breiter had also been named 2

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Is a prenuptial agreement valid if husband lied about his income?

Before our marriage, my husband wanted a prenup and I agreed because we both had kids from prior marriages and wanted to keep our property separate for them if we divorced. In the prenup, I gave up all alimony because at the time, we earned about the same income, and I’ve always been able to support myself even though it’s sometimes been a struggle. After 17 years of marriage, we began having marital issues and divorce is a possibility. I recently learned that all during our marriage, and even before, my husband has been receiving substantial income from trust account left for him by his deceased grandfather. I knew nothing about it when I signed the prenup. It now doesn’t seem fair that if we divorce, he will have alot more to live on than me even though I gave up furthering my career to raise our joint kids. If he lied about his income at the time I signed the prenup, can it be declared invalid?
Published on 03/08/21
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What is the fastest I can get an uncontested divorce in Los Angeles?

3 years into our marriage it’s clear that it isn’t going to work. I’m from Israel and my wife is from the US and our cultural and religious differences are just too great. My family is still in Israel and my father is very ill. I want to get back there as soon as possible and take care of him. Other than a car we bought together, my wife and I don’t have anything of value and I’m willing to just sign the car over to her. How quickly can I get divorced so that I can go back home to Israel and not have to come back to the U.S. for any divorce proceedings?
Published on 03/08/21
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