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How to Prepare for Your Free Divorce Consultation

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You have reached a point where you know you need a family law attorney. Most likely you are suffering from several complicated emotions and, undoubtedly, you are going through the most stressful point of your life. While it may be difficult to get through the emotional aspect of a pending…

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How to Prepare for Your Free Divorce Consultation at Sarieh Law

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If you are considering filing for divorce in California, there are a number of critical issues that need to be addressed. From protecting your assets to ensuring that you receive the custody rights you desire for your children, it is important to have experienced legal representation every step of the…

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What 5 Things Do You Need to Know About Move-Away Cases?

Family Law | Sarieh Law Offices

Divorce is rarely simple. If you and your spouse decide to end your marriage, there is a lengthy legal process to go through before your divorce is official. If you have a child (or children) with your spouse, it becomes even more complex. One of the most challenging divorce-related situations…

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5 Factors to Consider During a Move-Away Parent Situation

Child Custody | Family Law | Sarieh Law Offices

If you’ve divorced and your former spouse now lives apart from you, child custody can be one of the most difficult parts of your new family life to work out and adjust to over time.It’s difficult when you’re in different houses within the same city; it’s more difficult when one…

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California is a No-Fault State: What Does This Mean for You?

Divorce | Sarieh Law Offices

On the 1st of January, 1970, Governor of California (and future President) Ronald Reagan made California one of the first states to allow no-fault divorce. The latest, New York, only became a no-fault divorce state in 2010 – just four years ago. Many people hear the words “no-fault divorce” and…

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5 Ways to Stay Civil With Your Ex During a Divorce Settlement

Divorce | Marital Agreements | Sarieh Law Offices

Divorce is an incredibly difficult process, and one of the aspects that many people struggle with the most is getting along with their former partner. Although divorce is about ending your relationship, it often requires working together. The settlement phase of a divorce – during which you and your former…

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The 5 Most Common Reasons California Couples Get Divorced

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As a no-fault state, California allows dissolution of marriage on two grounds. The first is irreconcilable differences between spouses that have broken the marriage over time; the second is, surprisingly to many, incurable insanity. While the second grounds for marriage is only rarely used in California divorces, the first –…

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How Can You Protect Yourself From a Violent and Dangerous Partner?

Domestic Violence | Sarieh Law Offices

Is your spouse physically rough or violent with you or your children? Have you ever felt threatened or physically uncomfortable in your own home due to your spouse’s behavior or threatening attitude? Domestic abuse is a serious problem, and living in an abusive marriage can feel like being trapped inside…

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10 Common Signs You Should Consider Filing for Divorce

Divorce | Sarieh Law Offices

Although California is a no-fault state and people do not need to present evidence of wrongdoing in order to end their marriage, it’s still important to have a good reason to initiate divorce. From a lack of happiness in your marriage to concerns that your partner could be a violent…

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5 Things You Need to Make it Through Your Divorce

Divorce | Sarieh Law Offices

Making it through a divorce is tough. Every year, of the hundreds of thousands of people that make the decision to end their marriages, many experience emotional pain ranging from frustration and guilt to anger and resentment. These emotions are normal – they’re part of going through a stressful, difficult…