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How Can a Certified Family Law Specialist Help in Divorce Mediation?

Posted in uncategorized on July 22, 2021

Divorce mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution. It can decrease the odds of you and your ex-spouse going to trial in a divorce case. Working with a certified family law specialist can help you in many ways during divorce mediation. A specialist has advanced knowledge of divorce and mediation law, as well as… read more


Are Certified Family Law Specialists Worth It?

Posted in uncategorized on July 22, 2021

A certified family law specialist is not the same as a standard family law attorney. Certified specialists have undergone additional training and passed further requirements to become certified as specialists in their fields. Although it may cost more to hire a certified family law specialist in California, it is worth it if you have a… read more


Psychological Evaluations & Family Law Cases

Posted in uncategorized on July 1, 2021

Family law cases are delicate legal matters that can have a major impact on a family. A family law case such as a divorce or child custody matter has the power to change a family’s future. For this reason, it is imperative to be thorough in investigating and preparing for these cases. If there is… read more


Benefits of Working With a Family Law Attorney

Posted in uncategorized on July 1, 2021

If you are getting divorced, fighting for custody for your child, trying to establish paternity or undertaking another complicated family law matter, working with a family law attorney can come with several important benefits. Family law is a complex area of law that requires special knowledge and education. Hiring a family law attorney to represent… read more


What Should I Do If My Spouse Refuses to Sign Divorce Papers?

Posted in uncategorized on June 7, 2021

One spouse refusing to sign the divorce papers is not uncommon. A divorce is an emotional time, often with a great deal of conflict between the two parties involved. If your spouse refuses to sign the divorce papers, do not worry. This will not halt the divorce process. You can still proceed to file your… read more


Can My Pension Be Impacted By a California Divorce?

Posted in uncategorized on June 7, 2021

One of the many things that may concern you during your divorce case is the fate of your retirement savings or pension plan. You’ve worked hard to earn the money you will receive when you retire. If you get divorced in the State of California, however, your pension plan will be subject to division, as… read more


What Is a Divorce Decree?

Posted in uncategorized on April 30, 2021

A divorce decree makes the dissolution of a marriage official. It is a judge’s final ruling that terminates the marriage in the eyes of the law. The divorce decree includes a final judgment with directions for property division, child support, child custody and visitation, spousal support, and additional information that is pertinent to the case…. read more


What Happens If One Spouse Dies in the Middle of a Divorce?

Posted in uncategorized on March 31, 2021

If tragedy strikes in the middle of your divorce case and your spouse passes away, you will have many difficult questions that must be answered. These may include: “Will the divorce continue?” “What will happen to our marital property?” and “How does inheritance work?” Although every case is unique, yours is especially different if your… read more


Contempt of Family Court in California

Posted in uncategorized on February 5, 2021

During a divorce case in California, it is important to understand every possibility that may arise – including the possibility of you or your spouse being held in contempt of court. Family law contempt of court is a crime committed by willfully ignoring an obligation imposed by law, such as a child support obligation. Being… read more


Should I Post About My Divorce Case to Social Media?

Posted in uncategorized on October 16, 2020

While it is normal to turn to social media to complain, vent and find solidarity during a divorce case, posting anything during an ongoing case could work against you. The courts can consider anything you post as evidence against you during your divorce. This includes photographs, status updates or tweets, comments, location tags, and even… read more


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