Should You Hire a Private Family Judge for Your Divorce? The Pros and Cons

If your divorce involves high assets, then you may wonder if it’s best to continue in public family court or if you should work with a private family law judge. This isn’t something you should rush into. There are many factors that should be taken into consideration, and while we’ll cover some of them below,... read more →

Posted on: October 24, 2017

Are You Prepared for Your Divorce? 4 Questions You Should Ask Yourself

Divorce is not a decision that should be taken lightly. While most people consider divorce for months or even years before moving forward, there are often many things they haven’t thought about. As you prepare for your divorce, the first thing you’ll do is to talk to a divorce attorney who knows what you’re going... read more →

Posted on: October 17, 2017

The 5 Most Important Financial Tips to Follow After a Divorce

In most cases, divorce is a difficult process for both sides of the fence. Whether you’re the wife or the husband, it’s important to have a clear plan for how to move forward. Read on to learn five of the most important financial tips to follow after your divorce. Then reach out to at to... read more →

Posted on: October 10, 2017

5 Things You Should Know if You’re Getting Divorced in Your 50s or 60s

Couples in their 50s and 60s grew up during a time that divorce was much rarer than it is today. Known by researchers as “gray divorce,” it’s getting more common for couples in their 50s and 60s to get divorced. According to one study, the rate of divorce in these types of marriages doubled between... read more →

Posted on: October 3, 2017

9 Things Every Divorcing Dad Should Do

As much as we’d like to say it’s not true, divorce courts don’t always treat men and women equally. As a father going through a divorce, there are certain things you’ll have to do if you want to increase the chances of keeping your kids. Read ten things you should do and then reach out... read more →

Posted on: September 27, 2017

Let a Child Relocation Attorney Help You with This Tough Situation

It’s not uncommon for one divorced parent to want to move in the years after they’ve been divorced. The law requires that if a custodial parent wants to move out of state, they file a move-away petition. This must be filed with their local family court and the purpose is to ensure that the child’s... read more →

Posted on: September 20, 2017

Questions to Be Ready for If You’re a Parent of a Young Child and Are Getting Divorced

How your child is going to respond to the fact that his or her parents are getting divorced will depend largely on the age of your child. While a baby or toddler wouldn’t understand at all, and a teenager may be too absorbed in their own life to be concerned about it, a younger child... read more →

Posted on: September 13, 2017

Your Rights as a Grandparent: Child Custody Rights in California

There are many situations that can lead to a grandparent needing to work with a family law attorney. Whether it’s a situation in which the parents of your grandchildren have decided you can’t spend time with them for their own reasons, or your grandchild has been taken away from their parents, can help. We are... read more →

Posted on: September 6, 2017

7 Tips to Follow if You Want an Amicable Divorce Despite Custody Issues

No one sets out to make their children’s lives more difficult when they divorce, yet it happens more often than it doesn’t. If you and your spouse agree on every aspect of your custody agreement then the process will be a breeze. For the rest of divorcing couples – which is most of them –... read more →

Posted on: August 28, 2017

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions About the Initial Divorce Petition

For those who’ve never been through a divorce before, the entire process can seem difficult and overwhelming. The good news is that working with a divorce attorney takes all the pressure off of you. At , we have years of experience with all manner of divorce, from litigation to mediation and even self-representation. Read on... read more →

Posted on: August 21, 2017

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