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“Abusive and Traumatizing Statements to Children and Restraining Orders”

“Abusive and Traumatizing Statements to Children and Restraining Orders” One of the hardest things for a judge to control in a family law case is statements from one parent to […]

“Why Social Media Is So Dangerous In Family Law Cases”

“Why Social Media Is So Dangerous In Family Law Cases” Social media is a major part of people’s lives these days—it can even be hard to stay connected to family […]

“Is Mental Abuse Enough For A Restraining Order?”

“Is Mental Abuse Enough For A Restraining Order?” What conduct is sufficient to support the issuance of a restraining order is a matter that has been discussed, over and over, […]

“What Is A Putative Marriage?”

“What Is A Putative Marriage?” A putative marriage is a term used in California to refer to people where at least one person thought they were married, but the marriage […]

“My Child Is Struggling In School. Can My Ex Change Custody?”

“My Child Is Struggling In School. Can My Ex Change Custody?” School struggles are common for children going through a family split. It is generally accepted that there may be […]

“My Ex Immediately Starting Dating Someone With Kids—Is That OK?”

“My Ex Immediately Starting Dating Someone With Kids—Is That OK?” In a perfect world, people who have separated would finish their court case, take some time to re-group, and only […]

“Can My Disability Income Be Used To Calculate Child Support?”

“Can My Disability Income Be Used To Calculate Child Support?” The answer to this question depends on one factor: is the disability income coming from a private company (such as […]

“Can Financial Help From My Parents Be Counted As Part Of My Income For Child Support?”

“Can Financial Help From My Parents Be Counted As Part Of My Income For Child Support?” It is not unusual for parties in a separation or divorce to have to […]

“What Are My Visitation Exchange Options?”

“What Are My Visitation Exchange Options?” Exchanges can be a difficult part of co-parenting. They can lead to conflict, and sometimes, physical fights. The best interest of the child or […]

“My Ex Accuses Me Of Drinking Around The Children: How Can I Prove That I Am Not?”

“My Ex Accuses Me Of Drinking Around The Children: How Can I Prove That I Am Not?” While courts are aware that reasonable alcohol consumption is common and usually not […]

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