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8 Tips on How To Effectivity Co-Parent During Covid-19

With the Covid-19 pandemic spreading in California and the United States, and the current Stay-At-Order order in California, many divorced parents with minor children are very anxious and concerned about the health and well-being of their children now more than ever. Covid-19 at this point has impacted every aspect of daily life, and schools have…

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Get a Postnuptial Agreement Before Your Marriage Falls Apart

One piece of paper can do a lot to save a marriage. For a couple who is on the brink of divorce, but does really want to stay together, a postnuptial agreement can help clear the air of any financial differences and other concerns the two have. This piece of paper can be just the…

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Domestic Violence Victims Should Seek Legal Help in Riverside County

Every week police are called to homes where spouses and children are affected by domestic violence. Alternatives to Domestic Violence in Riverside County has seen an increase of victims throughout the state, a need for more donations for their emergency shelter, and kids and spouse’s whose lives are at risk. Their crisis line has received…

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New Study Shows Huge Increase in Cohabitation

Cohabitation has doubled since the mid-1990s according to the latest Pew Research Center study. Adults from 30 to 44 years old are increasingly deciding to live together and wait until later to get married. For those with college educations, living together is an advantageous way to combine both incomes, and see if marriage and kids…

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Parenting Can Be More Rewarding After a Divorce

Parenting can vastly change after divorce proceedings. When both parents are given equal parenting time, it creates an on/off parenting schedule that defines when the child will be in your household. At the beginning of the new schedule, some parents feel loneliness or anger because they were used to the children being around. But as…

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California Move Away Cases Call For Legal Expertise

Irvine, Calif. – Divorces can cause individuals to want to take their kids out of state. Some individuals want to move as far away as possible from the ex. Others have job offers that they do not want to turn down in this economy. And some want to move back to their home state to…

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Legal Representation Will Best Prepare a Client for Divorce Court

Riverside, Calif. – California divorces seem to be creating quite a commotion this summer. From the news, it feels like divorces can be “all good” or “all bad” situations, relationship experts warn. But this is far from the truth, and couples need to have realistic expectations before they ever go to the family law courts….

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Division of Debt is an Important Factor During a Divorce

The division of debt during divorce proceedings can be very complex. Divorce lawyers hear about incidents where one spouse decided to go on a shopping spree on a mutual credit card when the couple called it quits. The best thing a person can do when a divorce is imminent is to be vigilant in checking…

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Collaborative Law Beneficial for Amicable Divorcees

With the economy still on a rocky road to recovery, many couples are choosing less contentious routes to divorce. Collaborative law can be less expensive and a more amicable way to divorce. Especially for the baby boom population that has doubled in divorce rates, collaborative law can be the best way to dissolve a marriage….

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Past Due California Child Support Reaches Near-Record Levels

Irvine, Calif. – An astounding $19.2 billion is owed in past due child support in California, according to the state’s child support services department. California has a formula that accounts for what a parent can afford and even a debt compromise program for parents who owe monies due to welfare payments. California’s interest rate on…

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Parenting Time Plays Big Role in Child’s Behavior

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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