Actress Jodie Sweetin Ordered to Pay More in Child Support: What Are Her Options?

Best known as Stephanie Tanner on Full House and Fuller House, Jodie Sweetin has been ordered to pay nearly $3,000 a month in child support to her ex-spouse. Her former husband claims that she made more than $700,000 in income per year, while Sweetin claims that she made less than $500,000. This case is leaving... read more →

Posted on: January 26, 2018

Are You Surprised By the 3 Most Common Reasons People Get Divorced in California?

It’s common knowledge that nearly half of married couples will eventually divorce. What’s less understood is why this happens. At , we’ve been providing family law services for years. As a result, we are quite familiar with the three most common reasons couples get divorced. Read on to learn more about them. If you’re considering... read more →

Posted on: January 18, 2018

California Nesting Agreement: Is it the Right Choice for Your Children After a Divorce?

After a couple splits up, one of the hardest questions to answer is who will get custody of the children. While custody be shared or will one parent have sole custody? If custody is shared, then where will the children live? These are all tough questions that must be tied up before the divorce is... read more →

Posted on: January 11, 2018

What About the Pets? Learn How Pets are Treated in California Divorce Courts

It’s not uncommon for a couple getting divorced to wonder who is going to get custody of the pets. This is due in part to the fact that record numbers of couples are adopting or rescuing animals. There’s no question that pets are an important part of many people’s life. If you’re in the process... read more →

Posted on: January 4, 2018

4 Reasons Not to Delay a Divorce Until the Kids Turn 18

If you’re in an unhappy marriage and you want out, you may wonder if it’s best to wait a few years until the kids are 18 years old. While this is a noble thought, there are actually a lot of reasons to get divorced sooner rather than later. Read on to learn four of the... read more →

Posted on: December 27, 2017

8 Strange but True Factors That Could Make You a Higher Risk for Divorce

It’s always interesting to look at statistics that point out what demographics of people are more likely to get divorced than others. Today we’ve rounded up eight factors that correlate with higher rates of divorce. Of course, the presence of these factors doesn’t mean a couple is necessarily going to get divorced, nor does their... read more →

Posted on: December 20, 2017

Post-Divorce 101: Key Steps to Take After Your Divorce is Final

While you’re going through a divorce, you’re focusing so much on getting all your ducks in a row, that you may forget that after you sign on the dotted line, there’s still more work to be done. There may be loose ends to clean up, and you will have a new life to build. Discover... read more →

Posted on: December 13, 2017

Tax Time Approaches: How Will Your Divorce Affect Your Taxes?

If you’re thinking about divorce then you have a lot of factors floating around your head. You’ve likely already thought long and hard about who will get custody of the kids, who will pay child support, how your property will be divided, and who will get the house. These are all important factors, but one... read more →

Posted on: December 6, 2017

What is a Kick Out Order and How Does It Affect Your California Divorce?

The unfortunate reality is that domestic violence is a serious issue for too many people in California. It often leads to divorce, but the abused spouse can be afraid that their spouse is going to get violent with them during the divorce process. This is why California allows for the abused spouse to petition the... read more →

Posted on: November 24, 2017

Should You Request a Drug Test Regarding Your Custody Hearing?

If you’re attempting to get custody of your child and you know that their other parent uses drugs or alcohol, then you already know how serious this can be. It can affect their ability to provide the financial and emotional your child needs, and can create unsafe living conditions. In the state of California, if... read more →

Posted on: November 17, 2017

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