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How to Request Child Support in California

When two people raise a child together and separate, a child support agreement is generally made a part of that separation. However, in cases in which the parents were not involved in an ongoing relationship, or one parent has essentially disappeared, is it still possible to request child support? Yes. Read on to learn more... read more →

Posted on: November 13, 2018

What Role Does Cheating Having a Divorce in a No-Fault State Like California?

Since California is a no-fault state, cheating on a spouse has no effect on a divorce – or does it? It is true that being a no-fault state means that spouses do not have to point out each other’s flaws to prove the divorce is caused by abuse, adultery, or another serious issue. All that... read more →

Posted on: November 6, 2018

4 Things to Look for When Hiring a Family Law Attorney in Rancho Cucamonga CA

If you have found yourself in a position to need a family law attorney in Rancho Cucamonga CA, then you likely do not know what to do next. The truth is that not all attorneys are equally qualified to help you. Read on to find out why we are the best firm to call. Then... read more →

Posted on: October 29, 2018

A Family Law Attorney in Pomona CA Can Help with Every Step of Your Divorce

While California does make it easier to get a divorce compared to other states, a family law attorney in Pomona CA is still recommended. California requires no fault to file, so anyone can file for a divorce by simply saying they have irreconcilable differences. While the other party can legally contest the agreements, they cannot... read more →

Posted on: October 22, 2018

Ask a Family Law Attorney in Fontana CA: How Long Will I Have to Pay Alimony?

A couple that is getting divorced likely has many questions. As a top family law attorney in Fontana CA, we have the answers you are looking for. one of the questions that is asked with the most regularity is how long alimony will have to be paid. Read on to get general answers to this... read more →

Posted on: October 15, 2018

Can Children Decide Who to Live With? Find Out from a Family Law Attorney in La Verne CA

As a family law attorney in La Verne CA, I am often asked whether or not children get a say in deciding child custody. The answer is more complicated than a simple yes or no answer. To learn more about these situations generally, read on. To get help with your specific case, contact at to... read more →

Posted on: October 8, 2018

Get the Facts About Child Custody Agreements from a Family Law Attorney in Ontario CA

When two people have a child and are not married, they are going to need a child custody agreement. When a married couple has a child and gets divorced, then they need a child custody agreement. Regardless of your situation, if you are in need of a child custody agreement then you are in need... read more →

Posted on: October 1, 2018

Child Custody for a Same-Sex Couple Can Be Complex: We Can Help

No divorce or separation is simple but cases involving same-sex parents can be even more complicated. California in many ways has been trailblazing state regarding same-sex couples, but the world of child custody for these cases is still in flux. The best option is for you and your partner to find a way to agree... read more →

Posted on: September 24, 2018

Could Your Mental Illness Affect Your Divorce in California?

Statistics from the National Institute on Mental Health show that around ten million people in the United States have a mental illness. This leaves one in five people affected. The truth is that these mental illnesses can affect a marriage and as a result they can affect divorce proceedings. In fact, they can affect everything... read more →

Posted on: September 17, 2018

Medical Support and Child Support: What Are the Differences

If you are getting a divorce and have one or more children, then you know there are a variety of child support issues that will need to be sorted out. One of these issues is called medical support. Keep reading to learn more and then reach out to at to make an appointment with an... read more →

Posted on: September 10, 2018

Kristina Kendall-Gkikas
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