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A Child's Custody Preference in California

When it comes to divorce, child custody can be one of the hardest things for parents to deal with, especially if the parents cannot agree on where the children will live. In fact, concerns over child ...
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Medical Support in CA Child Support Cases

If you are a parent who is headed towards divorce, soon you will be getting very familiar with California’s child support laws. In California, both parents are legally required to financially ...
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What Are The Rights Of Stay-At-Home Dads?

You’re a stay-at-home father. The reason behind your decision? Perhaps your wife was at the pinnacle of her career after your child was born and it made sense. Perhaps you fell on hard times and ...
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Does an Emotional Affair Count as Cheating?

At first, it was Myspace and then it was Facebook, Instagram and Tinder. While these social media sites help old classmates, old friends, and family reconnect and stay connected, it wasn’t long ...
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What if My Spouse Won't Grant Me a Divorce?

Over the course of your life, you’ve probably heard someone on TV or in the movies say something to the effect of, “My husband (or wife) says they’ll never give me a divorce !” ...
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Best Advice for Divorcing Parents

When parents decide to get a divorce, they have a lot on their minds – temporary orders for child and spousal support, property and debt division, and of course child custody. While all of these ...
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Grandparents' Visitation Rights in California

Societies everywhere recognize the important role that grandparents play in grandchildren’s lives. Grandparents can provide love, moral support, guidance, and affection, and sometimes ...
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Can I Move Away With My Kids?

The term “parental relocation” refers to when a custodial parent moves away with the children. If you obtained a divorce and your former spouse wants to move to another county or another ...
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Cons of an Adversarial Divorce

There’s no candy-coating it, divorce hurts. When emotions are raw, a spouse may be inclined to wage a war in divorce court, to fight to the bitter end. But, is there really any benefit to that? ...
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Advice for Divorced Dads

Whether you’re on the brink of divorce or you’re recently divorced, surely one of the hardest parts of breaking up with your children’s mother is not living with your kids, or no ...
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Relocations & Child Custody in San Fernando

It is very common for things to change in the years following a divorce. Sometimes, things can change a lot for a divorced couple and their children. For example, a stay-at-home mother goes back to ...
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Tips on Successful Co-Parenting After Divorce

Understandably, divorce can be very stressful for spouses, especially due to the fact that divorce impacts child custody and financial assets – two very important issues in a person’s ...
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Domestic Violence & Divorce in San Fernando

Are you a victim of domestic violence ? Or, are your children victims? If so, and you’re seriously considering divorce, certainly you know that while leaving is the “right thing to ...
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Should the Richer Parent Get Custody?

In the 1980s and 1990s, it was very common for mothers to get the children in a divorce. In New York, that was common up until about 2000. However, much has changed in the last 20 years. Divorce laws ...
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Should You Move Out of the Marital Home?

If you and your spouse have decided to file for divorce, there is a strong possibility that things aren’t exactly stress-free on the home front. Whether your marriage is ending because one of ...
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Paternity and Fathers' Rights in California

In a day and age where more couples are having children outside of marriage, more attention has been drawn to a father’s rights toward his biological children, namely when he and the ...
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How Parents Divorce Without Going to War

All out divorce wars are sad. They harm families and can cause long-term consequences for the children of divorce. As child custody battles rage on, spouses often spend more money than their net worth ...
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Facebook 'Divorce Selfie' Goes Viral

A Canadian couple recently shared a " divorce selfie" on Facebook, which quickly went viral. Mr. and Mrs. Neuman, both from Calgary, Canada, took a selfie of themselves at what appears to be ...
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Help, My Spouse if Falsely Accusing Me of Child Abuse!

Ask most parents and they'll admit that raising children isn't easy. It takes a lot of patience, love, and understanding. Unfortunately allegations of "child abuse" are frequently ...
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How to Enforce a Child Custody Order in California

Are you one of those parents who have a complicated relationship with their ex? Is your ex badmouthing you, calling you a bad parent, alienating you from your own kids, or doing everything within ...
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What the Ben Affleck & Jennifer Garner Divorce Can Teach Us

After months of rumors, last week Ben Affleck, 42, and Jennifer Garner, 43, announced their plans to divorce – just one day after their 10-year wedding anniversary. Indeed, we've been ...
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How to Behave on Social Media During a Divorce

These days, most people are heavily tied into their social media accounts; it's become a big part of daily life. When you're filing for divorce, you may not realize it but how you act on ...
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Divorce Planning Tips

Even in the most amicable divorces, you have to be prepared and there is no way of getting around that. As experienced divorce attorneys, we're offering you advice so you can protect yourself ...
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What Happens When the Custodial Parent Wants to Move Away?

When parents divorce, it is common for one of the parents to decide to move because they can no longer afford to live in Los Angeles County, so they can pursue a new job opportunity, or to move closer ...
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If I Move Out, Will it Affect Child Custody?

During a divorce, when both spouses live under one roof, it can often be compared to a battlefield. In such cases, the notion of one party moving out only seems natural. While moving out can certainly ...
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