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Blog Posts in February, 2017

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  • You might need help to petition for child custody modifications
    You might need help to petition for child custody modifications

    Negotiating child custody and establishing parenting plans in a divorce are emotional processes. Although the statutes that govern child custody are complicated, a California court will always make ...

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  • Keep Your Mind Open to Alternatives When Separating Property
    Keep Your Mind Open to Alternatives When Separating Property

    California is a community property state, which means that any assets acquired during the duration of the marriage are split 50/50—unless the divorcing couple can agree to something that they think is ...

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  • Do abuse allegations favor the abuser in family court?
    Do abuse allegations favor the abuser in family court?

    When a fractured family breaks, that's when an abused child is most likely to tell. It's also the time that's most dangerous to mention abuse because if the other parent takes the allegations into ...

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  • Supreme Court lets ruling on Choctaw adoption stand
    Supreme Court lets ruling on Choctaw adoption stand

    The Supreme Court of the United States has declined to hear a California couple's appeal on the adoption of their former foster daughter, by biological relatives in the Choctaw nation. The adoption by ...

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  • Divorce: Don't go it alone!
    Divorce: Don't go it alone!

    Whatever the circumstances that led to your divorce, you now have a lot to think about as you prepare for the future. In fact, you may not even realize how complex your divorce could be, especially if ...

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  • Hire an attorney with experience for family law appeals
    Hire an attorney with experience for family law appeals

    Sometimes you just can't accept the judge's verdict in your family law case as final without a fight—there may be too much at stake, especially if it involves your children or long-term financial ...

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