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Recent Posts in Child Custody Category

  • Fighting for Custody? Avoid Doing These Four Things

    || 7-Oct-2015

    When facing a divorce, parents have to juggle a number of different priorities to successfully end their marriage. There is property division to worry about, long-term finances, and, of course, the custody and well-being of any children. This juggling must all happen while the spouses are in a distressed and emotional state, as well. Unfortunately, divorce clients who want to make child custody a ...
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  • California Appeals Court Hands Down Controversial Child Custody Ruling

    || 14-Apr-2015

    Earlier this month, California's 2nd District Court of Appeal handed down what many are calling a surprising and controversial child custody ruling. The decision has ordered that a Los Angeles County mother surrender custody of her teenage daughter. Even though the record has shown that the mother has been a vigilant parent, the troubled teenager will now live with her grandparents. According ...
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  • Enforcement of Child Support in California

    || 3-Feb-2014

    In California, once a child support obligation has been put into effect by a family court, it becomes a legally binding order. Parents are expected to provide financial support for their children. When they fail to fulfill this obligation, it is taken very seriously by the courts. A custodial parent who is not receiving child support payments as determined by the court can take legal action ...
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  • Establishing Paternity in California

    || 27-Jan-2014

    Establishing paternity is necessary in the case of unmarried couples who have children in order to protect certain legal rights for the mother, father, and child. Every child is entitled to the financial support of his or her biological father whether the father is married to the child's mother or not. In cases where the parents are not married, a father can establish his paternity at the time ...
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  • Including Holiday Schedules in Your Parenting Plan

    || 23-Dec-2013

    When spouses with children get divorced, they need to draw up parenting plans as part of their child custody agreements. A parenting plan is basically a guide for how the soon-to-be ex-spouses will co-parent. It outlines specific terms, such as when the child will be with each parent and for how long. It is important that parents include holiday schedules in the parenting plan, which determines ...
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