Category: Child Custody

Wail Sarieh
By: Wail Sarieh

How Fathers Can Win Child Custody 

Child Custody | Family Law

There are many different situations where a father could find himself in a place where seeking the sole custody of his child may feel like the best way to move forward. If you are seeking what is in the best interest of your child and worried about how to proceed…

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By: Wail Sarieh

What To Do When You Need Your Child Custody Agreement Changed

Child Custody

Every child is unique, and every child custody case is unique. If you are a divorced parent in California, or if you are currently divorcing, considering, or anticipating a divorce, a child custody law firm may be able to help. Whether your child custody arrangement is a voluntary agreement or…

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By: Wail Sarieh

Should Courts Consider A Child’s Preference For Custody?

Child Custody

Do children in California have any ability to make their own choices about child custody? Not really, but the answer is more complicated than a simple “no.” Deciding on a child’s custody arrangement can be the most difficult task that divorcing parents may face. The parents usually have different ideas…

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Different Types of Child Custody

Child Custody

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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By: Wail Sarieh

Child Custody and Domestic Violence

Child Custody

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 and how a child custody attorney…

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By: Wail Sarieh

Tips for Preparing to Become a Single Parent

Child Custody | Child Support

No one sets out preparing for single-parenthood, but it can happen. If you are going through your divorce, preparation is the best method of defense – so that you are not caught off-guard when you are suddenly on your own. Whether you have one child or five, preparing yourself to…

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By: Wail Sarieh

Five Ways to Ruin Your Custody Battle

Child Custody

A divorce is by far one of the most difficult processes that anyone will ever endure in his or her life. These times can make a person act, or even react, irrationally and in ways that are potentially damaging to the custody case. If you have young children and are…

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By: Wail Sarieh

When is the Right Time to Hire a Child Custody Attorney?

Child Custody

One of the most difficult aspects of a divorce case is determining how things will be handled when it comes to your children. You and your spouse may not agree on child care, or you may have different opinions when it comes to what is and is not adequate visitation….

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Parental Alienation – Signs and Prevention

Child Custody

Bitter and extended child custody litigation often leads to parental alienation. While it is not uncommon for parents to have intense feelings of anger, anxiety, and mistrust, over time these feelings typically do go away and both parties settle into a reasonable co-parenting relationship. Parental alienation, on the other hand,…

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By: Wail Sarieh

Dealing with Your Ex at Special Events

Child Custody

After a divorce, the thought of seeing your ex at your child’s special events may cause feelings of anger, resentment, and anxiety. From graduations to birthdays to your child’s college experience, you will have plenty of special events that require you and your ex to both attend. The feelings of…