Can the father of your child sign over their parental rights to evade child support? Today we examine this and many other issues that deal with parental rights and termination through an FAQ that will answer all of your burning questions. Parental Rights and Termination FAQ Can termination of parental rights be voluntary or involuntary?… Continue reading →
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You may be ready for adoption court in your own personal case, but is anybody ever as prepared as they had hoped? Because adoption court laws can be tricky and we want the best outcome for your case, we have devised some important questions and answers that can guide you through this difficult time. FAQs… Continue reading →
Marriage is a legal contract between two people and, for people who do not want this option, cohabitation agreements exist. Unmarried couples need the same option to be able to create a contract amongst themselves that will define rights and obligations that each partner owes to one another. These contracts help you understand one another… Continue reading →
Being involved in a domestic partnership is much like being married, and will apply to those who are un-married but live together. Today, many domestic partnerships are formed by same-sex individuals who live in a state that banned same-sex marriage. In California, domestic partners receive the same benefits and protections as married couples, even though… Continue reading →
Are you looking for a “simple” divorce option? Do you and your spouse agree that this is in your best interest after weighing the options? Then you may qualify for something known as “summary” divorce, or a dissolution. Many people go through a dissolution each year after realizing that the process is actually very simple… Continue reading →
What Are the Grounds for Divorce in California? What is the Residency Requirement for Divorce in California? How is Property Divided When a Couple Gets a Divorce in California?
These are some of the many questions that may arise when a couple is considering getting a divorce or has already decided to get a divorce in California. Most of the time in California, the grounds for divorce are simply that the couple has differences that cannot be worked through and no other option is… Continue reading →