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An Overview Of California’s Family Code 2030

Family Law

California Family Code 2030 is one of the most important laws governing divorce (as well as annulments and legal separations) in this state. Family Code 2030 is designed to make California’s divorce process fair and just for everyone involved by ensuring that both spouses have equal access to the courts…

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The Relationship Between Social Media And Divorce

Divorce

Increasingly for the last quarter-century or so, the internet has profoundly affected the way we live, work, and relate to others. It’s changed the way that we do our shopping and our banking, the way that we keep up with distant friends and loved ones, and the way that we…

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Can I Sell My House During A Divorce?

Divorce

What happens to the house in a California divorce? Can you keep the house? Stay in it? Sell it? When a marriage ends, the fate of the family home is often a central point of dispute. What are your options when you divorce in California and the future of the…

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What Is An Uncontested Divorce And How Does It Work In The State Of California?

Divorce

Whenever you can avoid going to court, spending unnecessary money and time, and getting yourself stressed out, you’re doing well. An uncontested divorce in California may help you avoid court, save money and time, and miss out on some of the stress that comes whenever someone chooses and initiates the…

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Why Are Adoptions So Complicated In California?

Adoption

Adoption became a formal legal process rather than just an informal practice back in the 1850s. For well over a century, adoption has changed, evolved, and grown more complicated. Today, about 135,000 children are adopted every year in the United States. With a heart as big as the Pacific Ocean…

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How Long Does It Take To Get Spousal Support In California?

Spousal support

In a California divorce, how long does it take to begin receiving spousal support (commonly known as alimony)? Like everything else in the law, the answer is “it’s complicated” and “it depends.” Every couple and every divorce is unique, of course, so anyone seeking or anticipating a divorce in southern…

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Top Ten FAQs About California Child Support

Child Support

In California, when the parents of minor children get divorced, the non-custodial parent may be ordered by the court to make child support payments to the custodial parent. Supporting a child is a parent’s legal obligation whether that parent is single, married, divorced, or remarried. Here are the answers to…

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Who Gets The House In A Divorce in Orange County?

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We all know how contentious divorce can be in California. Especially in Orange County, where there is so much on the line as far as the family home is concerned. In most cases, one of the main items that hold up the proceedings, as well as bring out the worst…

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Different Types of Child Custody

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If you are separated with your partner or you are planning to file for divorce, deciding child custody will be one of the issues that you will have to deal with during the divorce process. In some cases, child custody is usually decided by both parents with no input from…

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Child Custody and Domestic Violence

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Does either party involved in your child custody case have a history domestic violence? Are you aware how this can affect a child custody case? If not, then you need to know more about the legal process of child custody cases in Orange County. Domestic violence can have some adverse…