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Family Law
January 22, 2018

Duty to disclose

Your Right to Information in a Marriage or Domestic Partnership As a married person or a registered domestic partner, you’re entitled to a high standard of care on sharing information…
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Family Law
January 10, 2018

Knowledge Is Power: Getting The Right Advice At The Right Time

One of the most common mistakes a person hovering on the brink of a family law legal problem can make is to delay acquiring legal advice on how to handle…
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CustodyFamily Law
January 8, 2018

Three Rules on Parenting

Attorney Arlene Kock currently serves as the CEO at the Law Offices of Arlene D. Kock, APLC in San Ramon, California. The law firm practice focus is on all aspects…
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CustodyDivorceFamily Law
January 4, 2018

Three Things You Should Know About Family Law Enforcement Orders

Enforcing a family law order in California is a relatively straightforward process if you know what you're doing. This article will provide three essential steps that can help you acquire…
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CustodyDivorceFamily Law
January 2, 2018

Parenting With Your Ex: Goals And Tools For 2018

A new year has begun and with it comes new possibilities. Setting parenting goals is as important as establishing your own goals for personal achievements. While setting your individual goals…
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Divorcio
December 7, 2017

Lucha contra los tóxicos frente a los niños: las consecuencias

En 38 años de práctica de leyes, he encontrado muchos ejemplos de conflictos tóxicos entre padres y he presenciado el impacto negativo que tiene en sus hijos. La lucha contra…
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Divorcio
December 5, 2017

Comenzando un divorcio

Los litigantes que desean rescindir un matrimonio en California deben presentar una solicitud de papeleo y citación a su cónyuge. La documentación debe ser presentada ante el tribunal/corte antes de…
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CustodyFamily Law
November 9, 2017

Move Away Cases and the Standard for Analysis

Maintaining stability and continuity in the child’s life: The Court will look at the timeshare percentage in the current custody order, evaluate how much time the child actually spends with…
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