Many people are looking to reach a fair solution when it comes to their divorce case. Because of this, sometimes a divorce attorney will suggest a process known as ‘collaborative divorce.’ Many people enter into this process because they want to address more than just legal issues but also emotional aspects like the effect it… Continue reading →
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Remarriage and How Your Custody Case Could be Affected
In most cases, a spouse can get remarried without any other issues calling a new order into question. However, sometimes the new relationship affects the child or their relationship with the other parent based on various factors. In these cases, custody could be affected and you could end up back in court making a new… Continue reading →
Tips to Remember for the Best Courtroom Custody Outcome
Everybody wants what’s best for their child in divorce, but sometimes these matters can become a difficult matter when custody battles end up in the courtroom. The tensions may be high as you and your spouse argue over matters like where the child will reside, who will be making major decisions on behalf of them,… Continue reading →
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 →
Paternity: Everything You Need to Know in California
You may have some questions about the establishment of paternity and we can help. We believe that establishing paternity can be extremely useful to you in your family law case, and a big step for you and your child. This is why it is important to talk to us as soon as possible to find… Continue reading →
Inheritance and Divorce in California: Your Questions Answered!
When you are going through a divorce in California, there are many different factors that you must consider. Typically, if you inherit something from say, a great aunt or a grandparent, it will not be subject to equitable distribution. This is due to the simple fact that it is not considered to be marital property…. Continue reading →
Are You Ever Able to Drop Charges of Domestic Violence?
If you were the victim in a domestic violence case, you may be confused and scared about many of the matters you are dealing with in your daily life – especially if your abuser is also your spouse. In some situations, your spouse may have been reported to the police even if you didn’t want… Continue reading →
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 →
What Happens When Your Spouse Doesn’t Show up to Court?
To have your divorce process move quickly and efficiently, you already know that it takes the cooperation of two. In some cases, you may find that your spouse does not want to go through with the divorce and so they disappear in the middle of proceedings, which can make your case complicated and make you… Continue reading →
What do I Need to Know About Child Support Enforcement?
When you are involved in a divorce case, you may have received a child support order. Perhaps your ex-spouse must pay child support every month to help you support your children, but your case may be complicated and require special attention. We will help you understand what happens if your spouse is not keeping up… Continue reading →