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Archive for April 2019

Top 3 Benefits of a Prenuptial Agreement

Most think of a prenuptial agreement as less-than romantic, but others argue it is one of the best things you can do for a relationship. A prenuptial agreement or prenup has a number of different benefits; particularly in a community property state like the state of California. Even so, less than 10% of couples take…

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Tracking Apps, Joint Custody and Privacy Issues

When you have joint physical custody of your child with your ex, there are a number of difficulties that you may plan on dealing with – scheduling conflicts, disagreements regarding holidays and vacations, miscommunications regarding after school care, etc. One issue that is becoming more and more common for co-parents is the privacy issue that…

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Protecting Your Privacy During Divorce

Going through a divorce is hard for a variety of reasons. One that many don’t consider until they’re in the midst of a difficult situation is that you can have very little control over your privacy. News of a divorce tends to spread quickly and those going through divorce frequently find themselves on the uncomfortable…

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How to Prepare for a Custody Battle

If you are a parent in the midst of a heated divorce or if you are looking at a divorce looming on the horizon, you probably worry about the court’s opinion regarding what is best for your child in terms of custody. If you are committed to winning child custody – you need to know…

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Who is in Charge of the Child’s Medication Post-Divorce?

It’s no surprise to anyone that divorced couples don’t always agree – in fact, they often disagree. And there is no topic more prone to differences in opinion than the health and well-being of a child. After a divorce, parents find previously small differences in opinion regarding their children can explode into full scale battles.…

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The Rights of Unmarried Fathers

Fathers enjoy a special bond with their children and unmarried fathers are not an exception to this rule. The laws of the United States recognize this and have formalized fathers’ rights – even in cases when the father of the child was not married to the mother. Historically, unmarried fathers did not enjoy very many…

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What Are the Rights of Noncustodial Parents in California?

If you are a non-custodial parent attempting to navigate the child custody laws in California, you already know that it can be a daunting task. It’s very important to understand the differences between physical and legal custody and the factors that are at play when the court is determining custody orders. If your California child…

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