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Posted on 03/25/20 Uncategorized

While many offices are closed during this unfortunate and difficult time, Wilkinson & Finkbeiner, LLP will remain open as our attorneys and staff work remotely. We have extensive experience operating our law from various locations, and we have the technology to support that effort. Our attorneys are available by phone, email, and videoconference. Our phone

Posted on 03/25/19 Orange County,Uncategorized

We had a tremendous turnout for our open house, celebrating our new office location.  We moved from MacArthur Blvd. in Irvine to a new location in Irvine, located at 19700 Fairchild. A very special thank you to all of our guests that attended, including California Assembly Member from the 74th District, Cottie Petrie-Norris, U.S. House

Posted on 05/04/17 Uncategorized

Loss of employment is an incredibly stressful and difficult experience. Combined with a divorce, it can become even more challenging and confusing. If a spouse’s employment ends with severance pay, the question arises as to whether an ex-spouse has a right to a portion of that severance pay.  There are several possibilities that may occur to

How are personal injury settlements divided in divorce cases? By Andrew Tran, Esq. and David K. Wilkinson, CFLS, AAML If a spouse has been involved in a personal injury lawsuit and is entitled to receive a settlement, how much (if any) is the other spouse entitled to during a divorce proceeding? Starting Point – if During

By Brian Mullen, Esq. Domestic Violence Restraining Orders (“DVRO’s”) are governed by Family Code §6200 et. seq., also known as the Domestic Violence Prevention Act. In 2014 the legislature made a significant change to Family Code §6340(a) by mandating that any Orange County child custody, visitation and support orders entered while the DVRO is operative