Blog Posts in 2018

  • Child Custody and Keeping Your Kids

    Child custody often doesn’t pan out so smoothly. Although parents do have the chance to work out an out-of-court agreement—usually with input from attorneys—contention can indelibly disrupt communication. As a result, it’s left up to the court to make a decision on behalf of the child’s best interests. Factors That Affect Child Custody In determining a child’s best interests, California law ...
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  • Enforcing Divorce Judgements: Making Your Ex-Spouse Comply with Orders

    When a divorce court judge finalizes the terms of a divorce , everything written in the resulting divorce judgement needs to be respected by both ex-spouses and followed as closely to the letter as possible. Despite the power behind a divorce judgement or decree, it is still only a piece of paper. Dishonest or untrustworthy ex-spouses may decide to simply ignore what was written or approved by the ...
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