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10-Year Anniversary Serving the Community

Martindale-Hubbell is the most trusted legal directory for finding and researching the best attorneys in the business since 1868. Its database has allowed many people in communities zero in on the attorney that fits their needs from practice areas, client ratings, and more. This week, Amy Montes received the 10 Year Anniversary plaque for proudly… Continue reading →

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Helping You Become Prepared for Your First Custody Hearing

Of course, one of the best ways that you can become prepared for your custody hearing is to hire an experienced attorney that can help you in the midst of your divorce issues. Despite the fact that you should always work with an attorney if there are complicated matters in your case, but that does… 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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Collecting Evidence When You May Have a Child Neglect Case

At The Law Offices of Amy M. Montes, we understand that your family law case is extremely important, especially when it involves your children. This is why, if you believe child neglect or abuse is taking place, it is important to gather as much evidence as necessary to make your case. This will not only… Continue reading →

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Custody Involving Parents From a Same-Sex Relationship

Over the past few years, custody disputes involving same-sex couples have become commonplace. Because of this, parental sexual orientation is now less of an influential factor when determining custody as it may have been years ago. However, some states are still facing barriers regarding custody and sexual orientation, and it can still become a determining… Continue reading →

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Questions You May Have Before You Hire a Custody Attorney

When you are involved in a custody case and believe that you have landed on the perfect attorney to handle your matters, you should stop and ask some major questions. Sometimes individuals will find the attorney of their dreams through personal recommendations but they may not know what exactly to look for. There are some… Continue reading →

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Child Custody Issues: What is Abandonment of a Child?

Many parents are unaware of the vast consequences of child abandonment and how it could eventually lead to the permanent loss of parental rights. Child welfare laws dictate just what child abandonment is, many of which refer to it as a type of neglect. In cases of child abandonment, a parent leaves a child for… Continue reading →

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Changing Your Name Back to Your Maiden Name After Divorce

In California, if you are in the middle of a divorce, you may wonder how you can go back to your maiden name. This process is very important and delicate to many people as they make new strides toward a fresh start in life. In many cases, you must find and file the appropriate paperwork… 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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Obamacare and Its Effects on Family Law

Unfortunately for Americans who get married, there is always the chance that aspects of the marriage may not work out – leading to divorce. There are many things that become a huge deal in the midst of divorce, from child custody to splitting financial assets… but what about health insurance under the Affordable Care Act,… Continue reading →

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