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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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Domestic Partnership and Cohabitation Agreements Crucial for Committed Couples

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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Get Expert Legal Counsel When a Divorce Forces a Business Division

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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Role Model Dads Facing Divorce Have Every Right to Parenting Time Comments Attorney

Irvine, Calif. – The recent child custody battle between NBA Star Dwayne Wade and his ex-wife shows fathers who are doing the right thing – standing up for their kids and their rights as a father – can end up with a positive outcome. Dwayne Wade was granted with sole custody of his three-year-old and…

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Prenups Are Important With the Spring Wedding Season Ahead Announces Attorney

Riverside, Calif. – With the biggest wedding months of the year coming up, it is wise to get finances and important decisions spelled out in a prenuptial agreement. Some couples cringe at the word prenup, but an individual really needs to have the division of assets and debts defined should death or divorce ever happen….

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Temporary Orders Should Be Top Priority in a Looming Divorce

Riverside, Calif. – So many couples in California that get divorced oftentimes forget the importance of a temporary order. The typical scenario involves one spouse rushing to get a new living arrangement, throwing all their credit cards and important belongings into some boxes, and getting frustrated about subsequent phone calls about the kids and assets….

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Divorcees Should Focus on the Kids and Not on Their Hatred to Each Other

Divorces typically are all about the two adults who can no longer get along and who deserves what assets, property, and privileges. Even though each spouse might equally love the children, oftentimes divorce can bring out the worst behaviors in a parent. Before, during, and after the divorce proceedings it is critical to focus on…

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Create a Good End to Marriage with Mediation

Irvine, Calif. – Divorce mediation is becoming a realistic, healthier alternative to normal drawn-out divorce battles for many couples. In law offices and the media, mediation is picking up in popularity not only because it is more affordable, but because it is an efficient, less contentious way to split. The need for a mediation divorce…

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Tackle Financial Concerns with the Counsel of a Divorce Lawyer

Divorce is an intense emotional and financial process that is best guided by an experienced divorce lawyer. A key part involves calculating what an individual’s living expenses are, how children can affect this amount, and advice on how to transition to the new single lifestyle. Questions such as whether you can keep the children in…

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Grandparent Rights are Relevant in California Child Custody Cases

Grandparents are entitled to have quality time with their grandchildren, even if their son or daughter is getting a divorce. Grandparent rights are not to intrude on the parents rights, as they still have authority over their kids’ lives. If a spouse is trying to prevent or ignores a request for grandparent to be involved,…

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Divorce Proceedings Can Go On Even with a Missing Spouse

Riverside, Calif. – The Chicago Tribune recently published an article highlighting the importance of both parents being involved in a child’s life during a divorce. Katherine Conger, a human development professor at the University of California at Davis, emphasized that parents should not argue or get physical in front of their children. “Parents should keep…

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