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How to Help Your Child Through Awkward Situations After a Divorce

Going through a divorce is hard enough as an adult but for the children involved, it can be even more difficult. As the parent, there are some things you can do to make it easier for them. Read on for ideas on how to handle awkward situations after a divorce and then contact at if... read more →

Posted on: April 18, 2018

Strategies for Supporting Your Child When a Co-Parent Isn’t Showing Up

Divorcing is a painful process for everyone, especially when there are kids involved. If your child is having an even harder time because your ex is not showing up for their visitation or custody, then it may be up to you to help your child through their disappointment. You can’t force your ex to be... read more →

Posted on: April 11, 2018

What to Do When You Want to Change a Child Custody Agreement in California

Making changes to a child visitation schedule can be fairly simple in many cases, but when it comes to making changes to primary custody, the situation can get more complicated. One of the things the court will look at when deciding whether or not to grant the custody change is what’s in the best interest... read more →

Posted on: April 4, 2018

3 Ways to Move on with Your Life After a Divorce

Getting divorced is not something anyone plans on, yet it happens every day. In some ways, getting through the actual divorce is the easy part. After all, you have an experienced divorce attorney to walk you through the process. Once the divorce is final, you may find yourself with more time on your hands than... read more →

Posted on: March 27, 2018

Alimony 101: There Are Several Types of Alimony You May Qualify For

Getting a divorce is complicated and challenging process but the good news is that the right attorney can help you. At , we are on your side throughout the process. One of the issues our clients often worry about is alimony. They worry that they won’t qualify or that it will take years to get... read more →

Posted on: March 20, 2018

Can You Be the Victim of Domestic Violence Without Knowing It?

Most people would agree that when a person in a romantic relationship physically abuses someone, it’s a crime. What many don’t know about domestic violence is that physical abuse isn’t the only thing that constitutes abuse. Emotional abuse can be difficult for even the victim to recognize, because the abusers are often subtle and they... read more →

Posted on: March 13, 2018

Is the Marriage Presumption the Only Thing Establishing You as a Father?

Let’s consider this scenario. A husband and wife have two children and are a family. The husband goes away on business regularly and the wife has a social life while she’s gone. If she goes too far one night and has an affair, and then finds out she’s pregnant, who is the father? No matter... read more →

Posted on: March 6, 2018

California Child Support 101: Get the Facts

Any divorce has the potential to be complex but never is this truer than when a couple has children together. Even when the children live primarily or entirely with one parent, the other parent still has financial reasonability to the children. The law says that both parents are equally responsible for providing for their children,... read more →

Posted on: February 28, 2018

How Likely is it That a Father Can Win Custody in California?

In the past, it was essentially a given that the mother would receive custody during a divorce. This is no longer the case. Family courts are now gender neutral, which means that the judge can’t take gender into consideration making custody decision. They no longer assume that the mother is the natural choice for custody.... read more →

Posted on: February 21, 2018

The New GOP Tax Bill Could Affect Your Alimony Payments: Learn How

A new tax bill has a lot of people wondering how it will affect them – including people who pay or receive alimony. In the past, spouses who paid alimony weren’t taxed on the money they provided to their former spouse. Unfortunately, it appears as though the new GOP tax law will eliminate this. Now,... read more →

Posted on: February 14, 2018

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