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How Does A Move Affect My Divorce Order?

In and of itself, there’s nothing about your divorce proceeding that will prevent you from moving away, unless there are children involved. Specifically, if the move you’re planning will take […]

Do Grandparents Have Visitation Rights?

The answer to this question contains both good news and bad. On the one hand, grandparents don’t automatically have or get visitation rights. If you are a grandparent, and your […]

Can Texts, Emails, And Social Media Affect My Case?

The short answer to the question posed by the title of this piece is yes. Your activities on social media can absolutely affect your case! The longer answer is even […]

What Kind Of Child Support Should I Expect?

Where there are children involved in a divorce proceeding, the issue of child support is going to invariably come up (as it rightly should). One of the first questions people […]

What’s The Difference Between Legal And Physical Custody?

This is a very common, and exceedingly important question. It matters because as a parent in the midst of a divorce proceeding, you’ve got to have a clear understanding of […]

Protect Yourself With A Restraining Order

It’s no secret that divorce can be messy and painful, but sometimes, it’s worse than that. Sometimes, simply refuses to acknowledge that the relationship is over. You may be stalked, […]

How Is Legal Separation Different From Divorce?

If your marriage has hit a crisis point, but you’re not 100% sure that divorce is the right answer, then a legal separation might be just what you’re looking for. […]

What Can You Do If Your Spouse Won’t Sign The Papers

It happens more than most people care to admit. For whatever reason, one spouse or the other just won’t sign the papers. The most common reason for this is anger […]

Thinking About Divorce? Follow These Steps

It’s unfortunate, but it happens. On the day you got married, the last thing on your mind was the prospect of divorce, but circumstances can change. If yours have, and […]

How Long Does It Take To Get A Divorce In California?

The short answer to this question is that you’ll remain married for a minimum of six months, counting from the day you serve your spouse the papers. Filing the petition […]

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