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Avoiding Competition in Coparenting and Planning the Best Summer

Summer vacation can sometimes be difficult to plan – now add in a divorce and you have one confusing summer. Some parents are unsure of where to turn when they are planning summer for the first time since their divorce. The season is supposed to be one of fun, relaxation, and excitement, so we will… Continue reading →

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Considering a Child’s Age When You Create a Parenting Plan

If you are going through a divorce, you probably already understand what a parenting plan is and how it works to create a schedule between you and your ex-spouse. When children are at their youngest, it is always a good idea to keep separation time from the mother and father as small as possible. The… Continue reading →

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Domestic Violence: Should You Report and Document Abuse?

When you are being physically or emotionally abused, you should always report the abuse to have documentation in your case down the road. If you are going through the divorce process and you have suffered from domestic violence, reporting can help you make your case and show clear evidence when you are dealing with custody… Continue reading →

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Parental Alienation, PAS, and the Outcome of Your Custody Case

Parental alienation not only determines the outcome of your case in many circumstances, but it also has a direct impact on the child involved in the dispute in negative ways. Divorces that are high in conflict are more likely to exhibit parental alienation, which can make or break your case when you put your child… Continue reading →

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Does the Length of a Marriage Have an Impact on Alimony?

The circumstances of your case will determine whether or not you will receive alimony, or spousal support, after a divorce. The length of your marriage will help determine many aspects of your case, including how much alimony you will get – if at all. But first, you should understand that there are two types of… Continue reading →

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What Happens When Your Spouse Doesn’t Show up to Court?

To have your divorce process move quickly and efficiently, you already know that it takes the cooperation of two. In some cases, you may find that your spouse does not want to go through with the divorce and so they disappear in the middle of proceedings, which can make your case complicated and make you… Continue reading →

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Making Your Counterclaim When You Are Involved in a Divorce

If you are in the midst of divorce, your spouse may have served you with divorce papers. The worse thing that you can do is to never respond. By not responding, you are basically telling the judge to grant your spouse everything they asked for in the complaint for divorce. A counterclaim to this complaint… Continue reading →

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The Process of Serving Your Spouse With Divorce Papers

The thought of having your spouse served with divorce papers may make you nervous and even scared. However, the process is made relatively easy to make life simple for you and your spouse. There are some general principles that we will help you understand in your moment of need. Before you move forward with the… Continue reading →

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What Financial Information do You Disclose in a Divorce?

When you are at certain parts of your divorce, you may find that you will be expected to disclose certain pieces of financial information. Complying with these laws in the state of California will only work in your favor when you are going through the divorce process. We can help you understand what you are… Continue reading →

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Some Things That Only Your Divorce Attorney Knows in Your Divorce

The divorce process can be long and arduous, bringing many battles along the way as you attempt to figure out many aspects of your life like child custody and assets. Because divorce can be so complicated, it is best to turn to an attorney in your time of need because they understand the specific laws… Continue reading →

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