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2 Main Purposes of Parenting Plans in California Child Custody
2 Main Purposes of Parenting Plans in California Child Custody

2 Main Purposes of Parenting Plans in California Child Custody In California, when parents enter into a legal dispute regarding custody of their shared children, the courts prefer to allow the parents an opportunity to arrive at their own agreements concerning the child ...

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    Prenuptial agreements are premarital contracts that are designed to protect spouses in the event that a marriage does not last. Below are the five ...

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    Contact a Lawyer Choosing to dissolve your marriage is clearly a major decision. A divorce can impact all areas of your life, from social to ...

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  • Back to the Basics: 4 FAQs about California Divorce

    Choosing to file for divorce can be a tough decision. The divorce process itself can be overwhelming at times. You likely have many questions and ...

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  • How Child Custody Affects Your Tax Return

    Now that January 1 has come and gone and people are settling in to 2015, many are beginning the mad scramble to collect the financial documents needed ...

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  • Will the Judge Order Spousal Support in My Divorce?

    If you are getting a divorce , you may be wondering, "Will my case involve spousal support?" It depends. When a couple divorces, a judge may order one ...

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  • What is Community Property?

    California is a community property state, which means that all money earned by either spouse during a marriage along with all property bought is ...

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  • Do You Need a Prenuptial Agreement?

    If you are planning on getting married in the near future, you may want to think about creating a prenuptial agreement . Although some people may ...

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  • Welcome to our Family Law Blog

    We are pleased to announce the launch of our Family Law Blog with an RSS feed available at /Blog/Entire-Blog-Feed/RSS.xml

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