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Parenting time is one of the hardest agreements to agree on during a divorce. Many parents feel they are the best parent for the child and deserve to spend holidays, vacations and quality time with each other. But in family law, the courts look to the best interests of the child, not the parent. Each…

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Couples who are in a committed relationship but not married should register as domestic partners in California to get the benefits of certain legal protections. After registering, it is recommended to create a cohabitation agreement with a family law attorney’s expertise to define property rights, finances, parental rights and responsibilities, and even estate planning. The…

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Dividing a business during a divorce can be an extremely difficult and stressful process. Unless there is a prenuptial agreement that clearly divides the ownership interests or the two individuals still want to be business partners, expert legal counsel is needed to keep the business assets safe. Most individuals choose to buy out the portion…

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