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The Many Steps of Child Custody Mediation and Why It’s Vital

Child custody is an extremely important decision that you make with your ex-spouse when you decide who is going to make legal decisions for your child and how much time they’re going to spend with both of you. Because of this, many couples find that they can’t agree and their cases end up in front… Continue reading →

Things You Should Never Do When Getting Divorced

You always hear about the things you should do when you are going through divorce, from meeting the filing standards to solving matters with your bank accounts. But what about the things you should never do? There are many complicated aspects in divorce and many complex problems you want to avoid. Today we will look… Continue reading →

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Is Mediation or Court a Better Option for Custody Matters?

Many people in the middle of a custody dispute believe that their only option is taking serious matters to court. However, you may have one other option that will help you in your time of need – mediation. Mediation is one of the best ways to come to terms on an agreement instead of going… Continue reading →

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How do You File to Modify a California Custody Order?

After your custody order has been formed, this does not mean that you can never change it again. There are many reasons that call for a modification, such as the needs of the parent or child changing. If two parents agree on changes, they can change their court order by using the agreement that they… Continue reading →

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How Does Collaborative Divorce Work? What Should I Expect?

There are many different types of divorce, with one of the most popular and growing being collaborative divorce. Collaborative divorce is a way for spouses to handle their problems without taking things into a stressful courtroom setting. This leads to a better chance of more peaceful negotiations to settle divorce matters. There are many benefits… Continue reading →

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Effective Child Protection Mediation and Domestic Violence

  Mediation, an alternative form of conflict resolution in which the parties involved in a conflict meet with a neutral third party called a mediator in order to peacefully resolve a conflict, is a process that has been around for several years now. However, a lot of judges, attorneys, and public citizens sometimes still feel… Continue reading →

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Parenting Plans for Children Under Two

One helpful component of divorce or legal separation is the parenting plan you will lay out with your ex, that serves as a guide to how you will continue to parent your children in the wake of the divorce. A parenting plan is a document written by both you and your ex, that determines how… Continue reading →

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Cooperating while divorcing

The divorce process consists of three parts: separation, financial matters and healing.  It has been proven that two people working together instead of against each other, could come up with an agreement that is favored by both.  Cooperating while divorcing can be an asset. When cooperating with each other, the couple needs to know how… Continue reading →

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