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Social Media Mistakes to Avoid During a Divorce

Tue 31st Aug, 2021 Family Law

California is a no-fault divorce state, which means that the party initiating the divorce is not required to prove fault or wrongdoing by the other party. “Irreconcilable differences” or “an irretrievable breakdown of the marriage” are among the most commonly cited reasons for divorce. However, it is still possible for […]

How Marijuana Use Can Affect a Child Custody Dispute

Tue 17th Aug, 2021 Family Law

On January 1, 2018, California became the largest state in the country to legalize recreational marijuana use. This milestone was the result of a years-long campaign, which followed a larger nationwide trend toward acceptance of the use of marijuana for both medical and recreational purposes. While Californians no longer face […]

How Supervised Visitation Works

Fri 30th Jul, 2021 Blogs

California courts determine child custody and visitation issues according to the best interests of the child. Generally, it is the state’s policy that the best interests of the child are served by the child having frequent and continuing contact with both parents after the divorce. However, the nature of that […]

Is Bird’s Nest Custody Right for You?

Fri 16th Jul, 2021 Blogs

Child custody can be a fraught topic for any divorcing couple. One of the most pressing questions on any parent’s mind is “where will our children live during and after the divorce?” Traditionally, both parents share legal custody of the children, but the children physically reside with one parent or […]

Millennials Are Making Their Mark on Prenuptial Agreements

Wed 30th Jun, 2021 Family Law

In 2019, Millennials — individuals born from roughly the early 1980s to the mid-1990s — became America’s largest generation, eclipsing Baby Boomers for the first time. Their demographic rise has touched nearly every facet of American life and culture. Millennials are frequently blamed for “killing” various things, including chain restaurants, […]