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Custody
January 16, 2020

Parenting With Your Ex: Goals And Tools For 2020

With the new year comes new possibilities. Setting parenting goals is as important as establishing your own goals for personal achievements. While setting your individual goals may come easily, developing…
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Custody
December 26, 2019

Three Ways Your Child Can Enjoy Good Custody Visits This New Year

Many moms and dads come to my law offices seeking legal advice on their custody and visitation orders. They usually have the same or similar questions that concern parents in…
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Divorce
November 28, 2019

Family Life Post-Divorce

Family life post-divorce is not without its challenges, and a pertinent issue during the holiday season is the custody arrangement. When Christmas, Thanksgiving, birthdays, or school vacations are approaching, parents…
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DivorceFamily Law
October 19, 2018

3 things to make divorce easier on kids

Divorce is never a simple matter logistically or emotionally. And when there are children involved, often, the hardest part is to put your own emotional issues aside in order to…
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CustodyDivorceFamily Law
March 5, 2018

Five Tested Ways to Solve Parenting Conflict

Parenting children from separate households will always be a challenge, even in the best of circumstances. Work obligations, school schedules, special holidays and family events are circumstances each parent must…
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Family Law
February 13, 2018

Domestic Violence: Time to Get Help

Years ago, there was a pervasive belief that domestic violence only occurred in poor and disadvantaged households. Research has shown that this type of criminal behavior directed toward a family…
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Divorce
February 12, 2018

Starting a divorce

Litigants who wish to terminate a marriage in California must serve paperwork called a petition and summons on their spouse. The paperwork must be filed with the court before it…
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Family LawLegislation
January 29, 2018

Domestic Violence Restraining Orders in California: No requirement to show probable future abuse.

According to a recent decision by the State’s Court of Appeal, “an affidavit showing past abuse” may be the only requirement for securing a restraining order. A person seeking the…
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