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    • Could Your Old-Style Parenting Put Your Visitation at Risk?

      California can be somewhat restrictive when it comes to awarding grandparents the right to visitations with their grandchildren -- parents have a lot of control over the issue and the court examines ...

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    • How does joint custody work?

      Creating a parenting plan is a crucial step for parents going through divorce or separating. In general, parents can agree on custody arrangements outside of court, or if an agreement cannot be ...

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    • Good Reasons for a Custody Order Modification

      Existing child custody orders sometimes quit working out for one reason or another. When that happens, it's time to head back to the drawing board with your child's other parent to see if you can work ...

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    • Don't Let Yourself Get Mixed up in a Divorce Muddle-Up

      A former Hollywood favorite -- Ben Vereen, one of the stars of the iconic miniseries "Roots" -- has found himself in the middle of a divorce mix-up. As a result, he now has to pay $10,000 to a ...

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    • High-Profile Hollywood Couples Know How to Keep Divorces Quiet

      Ben Stiller and his wife are the latest Hollywood couple to split. Like Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie before them, the drama with their divorce was over almost as soon as it started. That's because ...

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    • Divorce 'Selfies' Reflect Changing Social Attitudes

      Over the decades, the stigma associated with openly discussing a divorce has distinctly faded. It was also fairly inevitable that folks would start to memorialize their divorces on their social media ...

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    • Appeals Take a Special Type of Skills, Even Among Attorneys

      Many people don't understand what actually happens during an appeal. First, appeals are not new trials. That means: -- The evidence presented at your original hearing isn't going to be reheard unless ...

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    • When Should You Hire an Appellate Attorney?

      Trials and appeals work very differently, which means that trial attorneys and appellate attorneys have very different skills that they bring with them to a courtroom. Should you consider hiring an ...

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    • Genius Isn't a Factor When It Comes to Dividing up Marital Assets

      A former financial executive felt that he should get more than the usual 50/50 split of the marital assets because his self-described "genius" was a special contributing factor that helped the couple ...

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    • Protect Your Future by Drafting a Prenuptial Agreement

      Planning a wedding is an exciting process, but it is also important for a California couple to think about their future beyond that day. One simple way to protect one's future interests and have ...

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    • Divorce and mortgages: Practical solutions

      You can't divorce your mortgage when you divorce your spouse -- although you might wish it were that simple. A house is, for many people, the single biggest asset they have -- but if you're young and ...

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    • Understanding Community Property vs. Separate Property

      f you are concerned about the property you could potentially lose in your divorce, you are not alone. California is a community property state, and while the law calls for an equal division of ...

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    • Across the Great Divide: Splitting Marital Assets in California

      In a movie from many years back, a character said, "There's what's right and there's what's right, and never the twain shall meet." It's a cryptic comment, but you could interpret it to mean that two ...

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