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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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Children and Parents: Blended Families in California

In 1996, something known as the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act passed, which would lead to a state form used for voluntary paternity acknowledgement. In 2000, something new known as the Uniform Parentage Act came about to establish the parentage of children born to both married and unmarried couples. This would not only… Continue reading →

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Food Safety Tips on Halloween

Tonight is Halloween night and many kids are either out trick-or-treating or relaxing at home with their families. A night of fun, however, can turn into something devastating when food allergies and choking occurs. This is why you should understand some brief Halloween food safety tips to keep you safe this fun October night. 1.)… Continue reading →

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Imputation of Income in Support Cases

If you are involved in a child support case after a divorce, you may have questions about a process known as “imputation of income.” Imputing income is actually a very simple process that involves the court treating a parent’s income as if it is more than what the parent is earning. For example, take a… Continue reading →

How Long Does Spousal Support Last? Is it Permanent?

If you are going through a divorce, you may have some questions about spousal support. One of those questions may be, “How long will spousal support last?” What happens if you are somebody who has been out of the working world for quite some time and wonder how you’ll be able to get back on… Continue reading →

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The Facts About Parental Alienation

If you are part of a divorce involving children, you may have heard of something known as “parental alienation.” This is something that could directly impact children negatively when one parent chooses to “program” a child against a targeted parent in an effort to undermine and interfere with that parent’s relationship with said child. The… 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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Lying on Income and Expense Declaration Forms: Why is it Done and How do You Prove it?

When a couple is no longer together, all assets must be decided upon and expenses figured out. In the case of an Income and Expense Declaration Form, one of the most important documents filed in relation to child and spousal support proceedings, both parents must be completely honest within every section. However, some parties will… Continue reading →

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What Should I Do If My Ex is Requesting Less Parenting Time?

Let’s say that you are in the middle of a divorce and a life event changes everything for you and the other party. Perhaps your husband has decided that he is going to get remarried and take on the duties of raising his new wife’s children. Perhaps he’s decided that he wants a lifestyle change… Continue reading →

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