Posts Tagged ‘documentation’

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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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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What to Expect Going Into a Domestic Violence Hearing

Domestic violence is on the rise, unfortunately – which is one of the reasons why you may need an attorney who specializes in these unique and desperate cases. The statistics are alarming: An estimated 1.3 million women are victims of physical assault by a partner every year. In up to 80% of intimate partner homicides,… Continue reading →

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Does it Matter Who Files for Divorce First?

It happens to you: You receive papers for divorce when you never expected them to file first. Sometimes divorce can come as a complete shock as you worry about what went wrong and what this means for you and your spouse. However, one of the last things you may worry about is this: Are there… Continue reading →

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What Your Divorce Lawyer Will Ask of You

Before you meet with your divorce lawyer, you may wonder what they will need from you. For instance, a divorce cannot go on without proper documentation and a higher understanding of what you must expect throughout the process. A divorce can sometimes be traumatic, because it calls for the end of many important aspects within… Continue reading →

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Best Tactics For Your Child Custody Battle

Your child custody may be over-complicated or complex due to many different reasons. Because of this, you may wonder how you can tackle your child custody battle without coming out with scars. It may be difficult to deal with the stress of multiple attorneys, your ex spouse creating emotional turmoil for you along the way,… Continue reading →

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What To Do If Your Ex Violates Your Custody Agreement

Child custody is an important matter that is brought up in the court of law and, when it is in place, must be regarded at all times. There are many things that you should never do when one parent disobeys the custody agreement. For instance, you should never take matters into your own hands and… Continue reading →

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