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  • Child Custody

    The latest posts for Child Custody are listed below.
    • Co-Parenting Tips for Divorced Parents

      For divorced parents, learning how to effectively co-parent together can sometimes seem like an insurmountable task, especially if you have a highly contentious relationship or unresolved anger. It is important to remember that, though you might have issues with one another that might never find closure, you both have a mutual interest in supporting the well-being and happiness of your children. ...
    • Tips for Dads Fighting for Child Custody

      In the past, it was generally expected for a mother to win custody of the children, putting fathers at a disadvantage in this area. This is certainly no longer the case. However, while courts generally put the best interests of children first, setting aside any preferences for a particular parent, it is still not always easy for fathers to win, especially if the mother is also filing for custody. ...
    • Common Child Custody Issues Parents Face

      If you are in the midst of a divorce and have children, your primary concern is likely their wellbeing and the question of custody. This does not have to turn into a nasty battle, however. There are ways for parents to reach resolutions that work for both households and place as little stress on the children as possible. Here are some of the issues you will likely come across as you negotiate ...

    Divorce

    The latest posts for Divorce are listed below.
    • Will Remarriage Affect My Divorce?

      Just because your divorce is finalized does not mean the divorce decree is set in stone. In fact, it is common for one to request the court for modifications if circumstances change for either party. If you or your former spouse were to remarry, for example, this could impact spousal support, which is also known as alimony. If you have concerns regarding any changes you might face if you or your ...
    • Who Gets Pet Custody in a Divorce?

      If you and your soon-to-be former spouse share a pet, you might be in for a bit of a hurdle. Unlike children, battling over the family pet is often considered to be a matter of ownership rather than custody. However, in California, the state has the California Family Code Section 6320, which protects domestic animals in cases where it is believed that one party might harm the pet. As such, if ...
    • How Are Retirement Assets Divided in Divorce?

      When spouses decide to move forward with the divorce process, it is not only a hugely emotional experience, but one that involves major financial challenges as they unlink their lives. Part of this includes the division of retirement accounts, which can be a complicated process in some cases. Whatever your circumstances might be, it would be wise to consult a skilled divorce attorney to make sure ...
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