Family Law

COVID-19Family Law
December 11, 2020

Domestic stress during COVID shows need for change in family courts

Throughout the pandemic, we have seen the effects that COVID-19 has had on families across the country. But little attention has been given to the increasing rates of divorce and…
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DivorceFamily Law
November 13, 2020

Family Life Post-Divorce — COVID-19 Update

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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CustodyFamily Law
October 8, 2020

Holiday Planning Visitation & Timeshare

As the end of the year rapidly approaches, parents are faced with planning visitation and timeshare that is appropriate for the children’s holiday break. The realities of COVID-19 have completely…
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COVID-19Family Law
August 11, 2020

COVID-19 and Back-To-School Challenges

It’s September. It’s time to go back to school and we are faced with historic and unprecedented challenges due to a widespread virus that our nation is struggling to control.…
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DivorceFamily Law
July 9, 2020

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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COVID-19 NewsCustodyFamily Law
April 19, 2020

Coronavirus at core of California couple’s custody case

Dawn Polich and Steven Agnew both fiercely love their 10-year-old daughter. And for the eight years that the San Jose, Calif. couple has been apart, they have amicably shared joint…
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COVID-19 NewsFamily LawNews
April 6, 2020

Many Americans won’t get coronavirus stimulus checks

Stimulus check funding leaves out most college kids, immigrants without Social Security numbers and some disabled adults. For millions of Americans awaiting coronavirus cash, help is not on the way.…
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COVID-19 Court UpdatesFamily Law
April 2, 2020

The New Normal: Court Access Post Covid-19

The universe as we knew it in the world of family law changed after March 16, 2020 when California governor Gavin Newsom issued a directive to close non-essential businesses and…
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