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Month: January 2021

Valuing Private Equity Interests in Divorce

Valuing private equity interests can be challenging even in the best of circumstances. Problems compound when the valuation is required in a divorce setting. Fundamentally speaking, private equity is capital invested in a company or other entity that is not publicly...

Organizations We Proudly Support

The partners and entire staff at Laughlin Legal, PC proudly support the following organizations: CORA Call Primrose Hopalong and Second Chance Animal Rescue Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County Legal Services for Children, Inc. Mills Peninsula Hospital No Kid Hungry...

3 provisions to avoid in a prenuptial agreement

In the past, prenuptial agreements (prenups) were viewed in a generally negative context. In popular entertainment like books, movies and television programs, the mere suggestion of a prenup meant that one party was likely already planning on divorce – or something...

2020 Family Law Key Statutory Developments

Temporary Restraining or Protective Orders COVID-19 Emergency Court Rule: Rule 8 On April 6, the Judicial Council of California enacted eleven emergency rules for court proceedings throughout California in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Among them, Emergency...