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Do I Have to Pay Support From My Annual Bonus?

If you were lucky enough to receive an annual bonus from your employer this year, you may have a lot of exciting plans for that money. Whether you intended for your bonus to end up in your savings, be ...
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For the Holidays: The Domestic Violence Checklist

For some families, holidays mean higher consumption of alcohol and drugs. If a drug or alcohol abuser also uses domestic violence to frighten or harm loved ones, holidays can be scary times for the ...
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How to Tell Your Kids About the Breakup

When you and your spouse have decided to separate, there are dozens of vital decisions to make. The one with the most long-term effect will be how you communicate the divorce to your children. The ...
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What Are a Grandparent's Rights in a Divorce?

A divorce can be painful for nearly all members of a family—especially the grandparents involved. A divorce can weaken the relationship between grandparents and grandchildren, even ending it in ...
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Advantages of Retaining a Family Law Attorney

Many people picture “good” lawyers as being combative and hot-headed, using volume and dramatic monologues rather than negotiation and sound logic to make their case. This is perhaps due ...
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Our Attorneys Were Published by the ACFLS

We were recently published by the ACFLS Family Law Specialist, for our work on a research article: Clash in Public Policy: Rights of Privacy in Psychotherapeutic/Patient and Physician/Patient ...
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How Is Child Support Determined?

While the first concern of most parents is the well-being of their children, they are also often rightfully concerned about the amount of money that may be required for child support payments. In ...
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Will My Spouse Get Half of My Business If We Divorce?

When you own a business, the idea of divorce can be downright terrifying. You may be asking yourself, “Is my spouse entitled to half of my business?” Before you start to panic, you should ...
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What are the Advantages of Establishing Paternity?

If you have a child with your spouse, meaning that you are legally married, there is usually no question about parentage. In this case, the law assumes that the husband is the father. When two parents ...
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Community Property vs. Separate Property in CA Divorce

As a community property state, California orders that everything a husband and wife own be split equally between themselves in the event of a divorce. In comparison, other states may direct property ...
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How Should We Divide Our Property?

Advice From a Dedicated, Passionate Lawyer One of the most complicated aspects of a divorce is determining how to fairly and equally divide your assets and debts. The property division process can ...
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Do's and Don'ts of a Divorce

Tips for Conducting Yourself in Divorce Proceedings Going through a divorce can be an extremely emotional and frustrating process for you and your family. It is easy to let your emotions, your fears, ...
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How Long is the Divorce Process Going to Take?

Have you made the decision to legally end your marriage? If so, you may be wondering how long the process is going to take. Filing for divorce is a complicated process that can put your life on hold ...
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My Ex-Spouse Won't Pay Child Support. What Now?

One of the most contentious aspects of any divorce is the matter of who will get custody and, subsequently, who will be expected to pay child support. Typically, if one parent is granted sole custody ...
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How is Child Custody Determined?

Understanding How a Judge Decides Custody Any divorce is complicated and emotional, but none more so than those involving children. Deciding who gets custody over the children is far more complex than ...
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Minor's Counsel First Steps - Questionnaire

What is a Minor's Counsel Questionnaire? Explaining the Conflict about Your Child When a judicial officer appoints* a lawyer for the children, called a Minor's Counsel, many Minor's ...
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Restrictions on Post-Judgment Family Law Discovery (Boblitt)

To see Assembly Bill No. 2586 and the new post-judgment discovery statute, FC 218, please click here. The Boblitt case was originally published in February 2014, and we now already have a correction. ...
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Father's Rights Custody Checklist

4 Essentials in Proving Your Custody Case The social injustices lurking in Fathers' Rights issues cause many Dads to give up before they try. There are no GENERAL fixes for the biases of society, ...
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