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Understanding Types of Restraining Orders & Protective Orders in California

You’re at the point now where you’re feeling fearful about someone in your life coming near you. You started to notice some red flags in their behavior develop a few months ago, and you likely requested this individual stay away for the foreseeable future. Unfortunately, they didn’t listen and they’re still not listening now. Now […]

How Virtual Legal Help Works for Family Law

The process of filing for divorce and working through family disputes in your local family law court looks a little different these days than it did several months ago. Fortunately, COVID-19 doesn’t have to put your family law issue on hold, especially if you are seeking immediate help with restraining orders or other emergency orders […]

Managing Child Custody and Visitation Issues During a Crisis

We’ve never been faced with a crisis like COVID-19, and so this is new territory for all of us. Read more to learn how to manage expectations and the legal parameters of your custody agreement when a crisis such as this disrupts your family’s life. School is closed, and your children are following stay-at-home orders […]

What You Need to Know About Long Distance Parenting Plans

You and your spouse are calling it quits, and unfortunately, your children are in the middle of it all. To make matters even more complicated, one of you will be moving away, which means that your children can’t easily see you both from one week to the next. What now? Specifically, how can the parent […]

About Child Custody for Unmarried Couples in California

You and your significant other have decided to break up, and you realize that this life change will no doubt take a toll on you emotionally. However, you’re especially concerned about how the split will impact the child you share with your future ex. Who exactly will gain custody of your child? How is child […]

Managing Your First Holiday Season After Divorce

The divorce is now officially finalized, and you breathe a sigh of relief. You are free from your marriage. You’re preparing for a new lifestyle where your kids may or may not be with you as often. However, the holidays are around the corner. Contemplating the first holidays after divorce can be a cause of […]

Move Aways: What Are Your Options?

You and your spouse have decided to part ways permanently, and now you’re wondering what moves to make—literally. You’re ready to move on with your life, so why not move to another city or even another state to fully embrace the fresh start that comes with divorce? After all, you may have a better job […]

Pre-Judgment Child Custody Disputes

When the parties to a forthcoming divorce separate, the issue of child custody can become a thorny issue.  Often it takes time before the court hearing the divorce matter addresses the issue of child custody in a formal way.  Several steps have to occur, such as child custody mediation.Hire Best San Diego Family law Attorney […]

Accused Of Domestic Violence During Divorce Case?

Domestic violence is a serious issue, and cannot be excused.  But if you find yourself accused of committing domestic violence, this can have a negative effect on your divorce, and in some cases, you can be prosecuted and punished in criminal court.Hire San Diego Family Court Services Attorney for  handling cases and providing quality services related to […]

Does A Loved One Need A Conservatorship?

Ideally, the elder members of your family have created an estate plan which deals with the disposition of their assets, and the nomination of individuals to make decisions on their behalf on financial and healthcare issues.  However, this does not always happen. Hire San Diego Conservatorships Attorney for  handling cases and providing quality services related to […]

Divorce: What Do I Get To Keep?

Generally, your “separate property” includes the assets that you owned prior to marriage.  Conversely, property which is acquired “by the community” during marriage—commonly the wages you and your spouse earn during marriage—is community property, generally speaking.  As is common in the law of divorce, there are exceptions to the general rules.  Here are some of […]