Understanding California’s No-Fault Divorce Laws
Divorce lawyers Michael A. Gardner & Henry F. Lewis explain what California’s no-fault divorce means, and how it affects divorce settlements.
Divorce Tips for Men
Going through a divorce can be difficult, but the lawyers at Gardner & Lewis, LLP offer men tips to make the process a little smoother…
What to consider when you are considering a prenuptial agreement.
Is a Divorce Settlement Final?
A divorce settlement agreement helps address various issues related to the end of a marriage. Our attorneys discuss potential disputes and changes.
Divorce Tips: Do’s and Don’ts
The divorce attorneys at Gardner & Lewis, LLP share 10 do’s and don’ts for people who in the process of ending their marriage. Keep this…
How Are Divorce Papers Served?
Many clients wonder how divorce papers are served. Our family law attorneys cover the basics of ending a marriage and informing your spouse.
Postnuptial Agreement vs. Divorce
Postnuptial agreements can help with divorces, separations, and the end of a marriage. Our family law attorneys discuss what they are and how they can…
Divorce Deposition Tips
Divorce depositions can be stressful. Our family law attorneys offer some practical advice for clients on how to prepare and tips on what to do.
At-Fault Grounds for Divorce in California
Many people ask if at-fault divorce exists in the state of California. The family law attorneys of Gardner & Lewis provides answers and insight.
Divorce and Irreconcilable Differences
Divorce attorneys Michael A. Gardner and Henry F. Lewis define “irreconcilable differences” and how they apply to the dissolution of a marriage.