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Child Relocation After Divorce

When economic considerations require a move, it comes time for parents to revisit their custody plans. However, an open doorway to one parent will often feel like a closed door to the other when “frequent and continuing contact” with the children becomes no longer economically feasible after […]

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Reopening a Divorce Settlement in California

Many people end their divorce case feeling like the orders made by the court are fair. But what do you do if you feel like you were cheated out of a fair settlement? Even though it may not be common, there are circumstances under which a divorce […]

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Automatic Temporary Restraining Orders (ATROs) In Divorce Case

Automatic Temporary Retraining Orders (or “ATROs”) are judicial orders that automatically take effect when one spouse files for divorce, annulment, or legal separation. These orders prevent both spouses from taking certain actions with regards to the couple’s children or joint assets. An ATRO will not take affect […]

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Legal Separation and Divorce in California

When a married couple decides that the relationship is over, they have the choice to move forward with a divorce or arrange to live separately. For some California couples, immediately moving ahead with a divorce is not possible, but simply moving out could leave both parties vulnerable […]

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California: Child Custody Mediation

What is a child custody mediation? The child custody mediation to which we refer is the mandatory mediation at court. The court sets this mediation date when a parent files a request for child custody order. This is not a private mediation with a privately paid mediator, […]

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Types of Child Custody and Your Rights as a Parent

Types of Child Custody and Your Rights as a Parent Child custody is often one of the most contentious issues in divorces, but parents can avoid unnecessary disputes and complications simply by understanding more about the child custody options available to them. Some parents do not realize […]

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Amicable Divorce in California

Divorce is often the result of two people failing to see eye to eye; although if those two people can agree on treating each other with civility and respect and are willing to be transparent in their marital finances and also both want the best for their […]

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Annulment in California

Annulments in California are very different from divorces. In a divorce, there are no questions about the marriage. You are simply looking to end it and move forward with your life. In a California annulment however, the marriage, itself, is in question – it’s validity and enforceability. […]

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Three Main Options For Child Support Payments

You cannot pay child support in California just by giving your ex cash and telling him or her that it’s for a support payment. The law says that everyone in the state who is paying support actually needs to send it to the State Disbursement Unit first, […]

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Sharing Residence While Divorce is Pending

Many couples who are getting divorced realize that moving out of the family home is not easy. That is why some divorcing couples choose to stay in the same home during the divorce process. However, this can be very difficult for all members of the family. If […]

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