Coronavirus Update

In response to rapidly developing public announcements related to Coronavirus, Cage & Miles can support consults and cases remotely due to our cutting edge technology for all employees and our cloud based firm management system. Our people can work remotely on all facets of client cases. In the unfortunate event that one or more of our people are exposed to the virus, our clients’ work does not need to stop. All client files are uploaded, secured and safely backed up on the cloud. We have contingency plans in place at our two offices to see that correspondence from the court, case professionals, opposing counsel, and service providers gets uploaded to our clients’ secured cloud file so our people can work remotely. We are ready, willing and able to keep your case moving forward during these uncertain times. Please contact us if you have questions about how public announcements affect your case.

Blog Posts in February, 2015

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  • Why You Should Get a Prenup Before Buying a House
    Why You Should Get a Prenup Before Buying a House

    Throughout San Diego County many couples purchase homes together prior to marriage without consideration for the potential consequences which could result if the couple later divorces. Likely, these ...

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  • How Will Divorce Impact My Tax Return This Year?
    How Will Divorce Impact My Tax Return This Year?

    With April 15th fast approaching, many divorcing couples are wondering how a pending dissolution matter will impact their 2014 tax filings. After several years of marriage most couples are used to ...

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  • California Divorce Petition for
    California Divorce Petition for "Dummies"

    When a spouse is surprised with service of a Petition for Dissolution, he or she likely feels upset and confused. Even if a spouse suspects or knows a divorce Petition has been filed, reviewing the ...

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  • Can my Divorce Judgment be Set Aside?
    Can my Divorce Judgment be Set Aside?

    At the end of the divorce process, once the parties have settled into their new lives, it is not uncommon for one or both sides to have “buyer’s remorse” regarding the agreement they have entered ...

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  • Preparing for Divorce
    Preparing for Divorce

    If you have decided to pursue a divorce there are a number of things you can do to prepare that will make the process easier and more streamlined. Divorce is a long, complicated and draining process, ...

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