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The 4 Main Options Available to You if You Have Been Served Divorce Papers

If you have been divorced papers then your first call should be to a divorce attorney. You may be tempted to call your spouse in anger or sadness, or to call their family member or friends. The best possible thing you can do is to put your feelings aside and contact at . In the... read more →

Posted on: April 4, 2019

A Domestic Violence Restraining Order May Help More Than You Realize

If you are in an abusive relationship and do not know how to leave, please know that you are not alone. Many more people have dealt with abuse than most people realize. Please know as well that there are options for you. At we find that many people who are dealing with domestic violence don’t... read more →

Posted on: March 26, 2019

Discover How a Family Law Attorney Can Help You Become a Legal Guardian to a Sibling

The guardian of a child is most commonly their parent, but when the parent cannot or will not properly care for a child, then someone else may need to step in. While a grandparent, aunt, or uncle is the most common person to do so, if there is an older sibling, they may have the... read more →

Posted on: March 19, 2019

Find Out How Having Another Child Could Affect Your Child Support Payments

If you are already paying child support, it can seem as though having another child would be an impossible financial burden. The truth is that a child support order in California considers a variety of circumstances when determining how much should be paid – one of the most impactful of which is how many dependents... read more →

Posted on: March 12, 2019

These Six Behaviors Can Be Big Mistakes if You Are Considering a Divorce

If you are not happy in your marriage and have begun to think about a divorce, there are a few behaviors we strongly recommend against. One thing we do recommend is that you contact a family law attorney by reaching out to at . In the meantime, keep reading to learn about six behaviors we... read more →

Posted on: March 5, 2019

Are You Ready to File for Divorce? These Signs May Point to Yes

There are some instances in which it is easy to see that a couple should divorce. This may involve one infidelity or some other drastic situation. However, many people are not sure if they should divorce or stay with their spouse. At we are here to provide legal advice but whether or not now is... read more →

Posted on: February 26, 2019

Divorce and Inheritances: Is Your Former Spouse Entitled to Your Inheritance?

There are many aspects of divorce that can be complicated but in many cases determining property rights is the hardest part of all. California is a community property state which means that any assets obtained during the marriage are split 50 / 50 and any assets a person brought into the marriage are theirs when... read more →

Posted on: February 19, 2019

Tips for Winning Custody of Your Child in California

As a parent, you want custody to your child. Whether you are trying to get primary custody, joint custody, or sole custody, there are steps you can take to improve the chances you will get custody. The best way to do so is to work with an experienced family law attorney like . We are... read more →

Posted on: February 12, 2019

Understand the Significant Differences Between Shared and Sole Custody in California

There is no question that any divorce brings many challenges but for parents, there is no greater challenge than agreeing on custody arrangements. We strongly suggest that you have your own family law attorney to ensure that your rights are being upheld. You can read on to learn more about the differences between shared and... read more →

Posted on: February 5, 2019

Can a Family Law Attorney Help End Your Requirement to Pay Spousal Support?

Have you been paying spousal support for many years and are beginning to feel that it will never end? Are you wondering what you can do to put an end to it? The truth is that modifying or terminating spousal support may be easy or it may be difficult – it depends on why you... read more →

Posted on: January 29, 2019

Kristina Kendall-Gkikas
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