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Monthly Archives: May 2013

Boarders and a Change in Enviornment

With the change in economy and job situations, child support payments are not always predictible. Parents are sometimes having to find new and different sources of income to make ends meet. Especially when left with a house that no longer … read more

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Five Rights of Children Going Through a Divorce

If you are going through a divorce, you should take special effort to shield your children from the ugly aspects of the divorce process. Because when a divorce gets nasty and bitter, children are oftentimes forgotten. At worst, children may … read more

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What Not to Do In A Child Custody Dispute

In Family Law, child custody disputes can be the most emotional types of cases. Parents involved often allow their emotions towards each other to dictate what direction they take the case in, which often leads to unnecessary court appearances and … read more

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Getting a Move Away Order for Child Custody in California

When one parent wants to move out of the area with the minor child in a custody case, they will usually need either the consent of the other parent, or they will need a court order granting the move away … read more

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Community Property and Separate Property in California

In a California Divorce, property division is based on the concepts of community and separate property. Community property is property that was acquired during marriage by the parties, and is equally split at the time of divorce. The way to … read more

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The 8 Key Ways to Resolving Divorce Conflict

1. Be hard on the problem, not the people. For example, “Whether or not to sell our house is a tough decision and I would like to work together to figure this out” works much better than “If you’d only … read more

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Summary Dissolution: The Simplified Way to Getting Divorced in California

If you qualify, there is a simplified and more cost-efficient way to get divorced in California than a standard divorce petition. It is called Summary Dissolution of your marriage, and while it will not expedite your divorce action (you still … read more

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Basic Tips for Successful Co-Parenting

Basic Conflict Resolution It’s hard enough as a married couple to keep lines of good communication open and flowing. It can seem like an insurmountable problem if you are divorced. Your old ways of nitpicking at each other, anger and … read more

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What is Putative Marriage?

A Family Law Attorney blogs on the definition of a putative marriage A putative marriage is a legally invalid marriage, although entered into with good faith by one or both¬†parties¬† Reasons that a putative marriage is not legally binding would … read more

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