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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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How Viable are Cohabitation Agreements? Are They for me?

Marriage is a legal contract between two people and, for people who do not want this option, cohabitation agreements exist. Unmarried couples need the same option to be able to create a contract amongst themselves that will define rights and obligations that each partner owes to one another. These contracts help you understand one another… Continue reading →

When One Parent Won’t Agree to a Custody Order Change

If you are involved in a custody agreement, you probably already understand that this agreement is legally binding and both parents must share the child according to what is written on the agreement. If you want to change anything that appears on the order, you and your ex-spouse or partner have the freedom to do… Continue reading →

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How Long Does the Divorce Process Take in California?

When you file your petition for divorce, you probably have hopes and expectations that your marriage will end quickly and you can move forward with many aspects of your life. However, you should note that, when you first file your papers and petition the court for your divorce, you must wait 6 months in California… Continue reading →

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Why the Uniform Premarital Agreement Act is a Useful Tool

To understand the Uniform Premarital Agreement Act (UPAA), you must first understand what a premarital agreement is. These are agreements that are made between parties who are anticipating marriage and cover issues like property division, child custody, alimony, and many more subjects in the event that a divorce occurs. When a couple adopts the UPAA,… Continue reading →

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Filing for Bankruptcy and Divorce: Which Comes First?

Let’s say that you are in a position where you are ready to file for divorce and the other spouse is not paying for your mortgage, so you are left to settle matters on your own. You may wonder if you should file bankruptcy first or if divorce is the best option. To put things… Continue reading →

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Is a Prenuptial Agreement Necessary in Your Marriage?

Prenuptial agreements, also known as prenups, are common in many marriages – but must take place before the marriage. They allow a couple to set terms of property rights for their marriage, which offers many protections along the way. In marriage, you never plan for a divorce. However, this happens to many people every year… Continue reading →

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Understanding the Troubles of Social Media and Divorce

If you are facing the reality of divorce, posting certain content onto the Internet could put your spouse at an advantage because they may be able to use certain information against you. This is why many attorneys will tell you that you should consider disabling your social media profiles until your divorce is finalized. Certain… Continue reading →

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The Process and Benefits of Establishing Paternity

There are many important reasons why a parent would want to establish paternity that will both benefit the parent and the child. However, you may wonder how the process works and how we can help you along the way. Today we will help you understand. Ways That Paternity is Established  1.) The first way that… Continue reading →

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Automatic Temporary Restraining Order Answers and Prevention

When you say the words “restraining order,” you may automatically think of abuse, threats, or other personal and negative matters. However, not all restraining orders are seen in a negative light. Automatic Temporary Restraining Orders (also known as ATROs), are used in divorce cases to ensure a specific amount of respect between divorcing spouses. You… Continue reading →

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