Category: Family Law

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

The Role Of Soberlink In Custody Cases

Child Support | Family Law

Nothing can trigger more anxiety or concern than a dispute over the custody of your children. Who will raise your kids? Will you be able to see them? How do the family law courts in California make child custody determinations? Can an Orange County child custody law firm help? In…

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By: Wail Sarieh

Terminating Parental Rights Without Adoption

Family Law

If you are a parent, nothing in this world is more important than your relationship with your child or children. When a court involuntary terminates a parent’s parental rights, it’s one of the most serious actions a court can take. You’re about to learn exactly why the courts in California…

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By: Wail Sarieh

What Are The Rights Of Unwed Fathers In California

Family Law

In the past, the parental rights of unmarried fathers were either ignored or given little consideration by the courts, and few unmarried fathers were prepared to fight for their parental rights. In recent years, however, unmarried fathers have more frequently insisted on exercising their legal rights, and the courts have…

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By: Wail Sarieh

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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By: Wail Sarieh

The Process of Dissolving a Domestic Partnership in California

Family Law

Domestic partnerships are established under California law when two partners of the same sex share one another’s living quarters in an intimate and committed relationship that features mutual caring. These partners can enter into a registered domestic partnership through the California Secretary of State by filing a Declaration of Domestic…

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By: Wail Sarieh

What to do if a Co-Parent is Abusing Drugs

Family Law

California family law does award time with the minor children to both parents following a divorce – unless the courts find one of those parents to be unfit. An unfit parent is not based on a judge’s feelings; instead, it is based on the behaviors that parent exhibits that could…

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Can My Ex Leave The State Without My Permission and Take My Children?

Family Law

When parents divorce, they are required by the state of California to make custody arrangements for any of their children who are minors. These arrangements must be in the best interest of the child – not the parents. The custody arrangements will specifically address the legal and physical custody determinations,…

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By: Wail Sarieh

Are Our Devices Impacting Our Relationships?

Family Law

Relationships are about attention – how much you give, and how much you receive. Your significant other often “bids” for your attention. Sometimes the bids are subtle, while others may be more overt. How one reacts to those bids can determine a lot about a relationship. One individual in a…

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Allocating Assets and Debts in CA Divorces

Family Law

California is a community property state when it comes to divorce. This means that any property that you as a couple acquired during marriage is considered “community property” to be split according to agreement or court order. Likewise, any debt that is acquired by the two of you also belongs…