The New Impact of Domestic Violence on Child Custody and Visitation

The New Impact of Domestic Violence on Child Custody and Visitation

For many years Family Code Section §3020 instructed the court that “it is the ...
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BUT IT ISN’T FAIR! – Pension and Social Security in Divorce

BUT IT ISN’T FAIR! – Pension and Social Security in Divorce

In California, property acquired during marriage is generally considered community ...
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You Have A Judgment For Support, Now What?

You Have A Judgment For Support, Now What?

Oftentimes I hear these exact words when consulting with family law clients. They have ...
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When Does Spousal Support End?

When Does Spousal Support End?

Clearly the answer to that question depends on your situation. If you’re paying spousal ...
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When Does Spousal Support End?

When Does Spousal Support End?

This is an often confusing area of the law for many litigants. Part of the reason for ...
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What Does The Court Want Me To Show In Order To Extend My Spousal Support Under A Richmond-type Spousal Support Order?

What Does The Court Want Me To Show In Order To Extend My Spousal Support Under A Richmond-type Spousal Support Order?

In the case, Khera and Sameer, (2012) 206 Cal.App.4th 1464, we learn what evidence does ...
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Waiver Of Support In Premarital Agreements

Waiver Of Support In Premarital Agreements

Many family law practitioners when drafting premarital agreements advised against and ...
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Two Bites

Two Bites

Imagine the following situation: After a long term marriage (more than ten years), the ...
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To Prenup or Not to Prenup?

To Prenup or Not to Prenup?

Most everyone is familiar with a prenuptial agreement. However, most everyone is not ...
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The Effect of Cohabitation on Spousal Support

The Effect of Cohabitation on Spousal Support

If you are paying spousal support to your former spouse and your former spouse starts ...
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