Posts Tagged ‘decisions’

What if Your Child Wants to Change Their Residency?

When it comes to children, here’s how the courts view things: They probably won’t allow an 8-year-old to make decisions. The truth is, when it comes to many matters and your child’s role of making decisions, it all comes down to the court’s preference and whether or not your child is old and mature enough… Continue reading →

Are There Limits on the Rights of Grandparents in California?

In California, grandparents may have rights when it comes to visitation or custody of a child. Under the state’s laws, a grandparent is permitted to ask the court for reasonable visits with a grandchild in their life. However, the court must first find that there is a pre-existing relationship between the child and grandparent, and… Continue reading →

Rights of a Parent Who Remains Absent After Divorce

Many people think that, just because a parent is absent, they no longer have parental rights. However, this could not be farther from the truth because all biological parents have a fundamental right to parent their children. This means that, if you are a biological parent, you have the right to make legal and medical… Continue reading →

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Things You Shouldn’t do When You Are in a Custody Battle

When you are in the middle of a divorce with custody issues appearing at the forefront of your problems, you may find that it is sometimes difficult to agree on certain matters. You may find yourself fuming while decisions are made or wondering if your child is being taken care of by the other parent…. Continue reading →

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Child Preference for Custody in California

When a child is old enough to make certain decisions for themselves, it may become a question of whether or not they can choose where they want to live as their parents work through the divorce process. This may be one of the most difficult aspects of a parent’s life when it comes to their… 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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Things You Should Never Do During Your Divorce

When you are in the midst of divorce, there are some things that you should never do, that could ultimately sabotage your divorce. You may not only deal with these issues on an emotional level but also a financial level. This is why you should always keep these tips in mind and call us for… Continue reading →

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Immediately After Being Served Divorce Papers

Depending on your situation, you may not have expected to be served papers for divorce. However, we can help you through the difficult circumstances that may have brought turmoil to your life in a short amount of time. The first question you must ask is this: Are you going through an uncontested or contested divorce?… Continue reading →

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