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How Can I Defend a Child Custody Modification Request?

A child custody order in a California divorce is not permanent. Until your child turns 18-years old, either parent could submit a petition to the family law court to modify the prior custody award. This includes a situation where the current child custody award was negotiated during the divorce settlement […]

Bankruptcy and Divorce in California

Getting a divorce is typically an overwhelming life event, but deciding whether to file bankruptcy makes a difficult situation worse. There are many things you need to consider before pursuing debt relief. Unfortunately, filing for a bankruptcy after a divorce is not uncommon because one income can’t sustain two […]

How Can I Figure Out Child Visitation Outside of Court?

The best way to reach a child visitation agreement with your spouse frequently occurs outside of a California family law courtroom. In other words, it’s a mutual agreement between divorcing spouses without the intervention of a judge.
A “reasonable” visitation agreement between parents is one that would not just be […]

Moving to a Different State After Getting Divorced

Getting your final divorce decree in California often signals the end to a difficult time in your life, but a much need emotional relief. The divorce process can cause a lot of major changes in your life, especially when children are involved.
It can be a difficult moment for some […]

Making False Allegations in Child Custody Cases

When a couple decides to get a divorce, they will normally have to reach several compromises during the divorce process. In some divorces involving children, this routine process will often turn into a heated emotional battle. In the California family court system, judges will always follow the rules of what […]

Do Grandparents Have Visitation Rights in California?

Getting a divorce is not just difficult for parents and children, but it often also makes it hard for grandparents to maintain a close relationship with their grandchildren and can even result in a completely severed relationship. So, this article will focus on grandparent’s visitation rights in the state of […]

Can a Custodial Parent Move Away With Their Child?

Getting a divorce is difficult for the entire family, especially when children are involved. If your divorce has been finalized in California, you might be considering relocating with your child. However, it may not always be that easy as the court might decide that relocation is not in the best […]

International Divorce in California

Many California residents have interest overseas and the international laws regarding divorce often make the process more difficult for spouses who are currently living in separate countries. However, if you are in agreement with your spouse on all the divorce matters, it’s not a complicated process.
If you are in […]

What is a Divorce Settlement in California?

It’s not a big secret that the vast majority of spouses won’t be able to reach an agreement on everything after they have decided to get a divorce. This means they will be forced to find a way to work through crucial issues and reach a compromise.
A divorce settlement […]

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