Family Law News 2018, Volume 40, No. 4
- An Evidence Code Primer for Family Law Attorneys Part III: Documentary Evidence
- An Overlooked Burden of the Premarital Agreement
- Does Fair Have Anything to do With It?
- Family Law News Editorial Team
- Family Law Section Executive Committee
- Finding Nemoh in Divorce
- Forensic Accounting "Light" and Why You Need It (Even When You Think You Don't)
- Legislative Liaisons and Designated Recipients of Legislation
- Message from the Chair
- Message from the Editor
- Table of Contents
- What Every Family Lawyer Should Know About Receivers
- What it Takes To Be a Putative Spouse in California and Its Benefits Part 3-the Effect of a Putative Designation
- Loans In Family Law Matters
Loans In Family Law Matters
Ira M. Friedman & David Friedman
Ira M. Friedman is a partner in Friedman & Friedman Lawyers, Beverly Hills. He is a Certified Family Law Specialist and a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and Fellow of the International Academy of Family Lawyers.
David Friedman is a partner in Friedman & Friedman Lawyers, Beverly Hills. He is a Certified Family Law Specialist.
Afriend or relative of one of the parties "loans" money to the parties to purchase the family home. The parties separate and in dividing community property and community debts this loan comes up. The party whose friend or relative who loaned the money would of course like the loan to be repaid out of the proceeds from the sale of the house. The other party does not want the loan to be repaid out of the sale proceeds which will result in more money for this spouse. As they say on the bar examination – what are the issues and the law on the issue of repayment?