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    • How To Use Mediation for Child Custody & Support Modifications

      Parenting plans aren’t always built to last, and if either you or your co-parent has undergone a significant change in circumstances, you may need to modify your current child custody or child support ...

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    • 3 Tips for Creating a Child Custody Agreement This Summer

      Creating a parenting plan that works for you, your ex, and your children can be extremely difficult, especially during the summer months. Most kids are out of school for 2-3 months over summer break, ...

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    • Why Do You Need to Establish Paternity?

      In California, unless you were married when the child was born, the matter of paternity may be questionable from a legal standpoint. For parents who were not married or living together at the time of ...

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    • What Can I Do If My Ex Stops Paying Child Support?

      Child support payments are intended to better the lives of children whose parents are no longer together. Unfortunately, some parents aren’t as willing to make those payments as others. In most cases, ...

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    • Why Do You Need to Establish Paternity?

      In California, unless you were married when the child was born, the matter of paternity may be questionable from a legal standpoint. For parents who were not married or living together at the time of ...

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    • I Paid Too Much Child Support. What Can I Do?

      Child support doesn’t always remain static over the course of the years. Sometimes it increases or decreases depending on the needs of the child. If your old child support payment amount was higher, ...

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    • Factors that May Affect Property Division During Divorce

      Equitable Distribution of Property California is an equitable distribution state. That means that all property and assets accumulated during the marriage are typically considered to be owned by both ...

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    • Understanding Property Division in California

      When you’re married, you and your spouse will slowly acquire a list of shared assets. You may buy a home together, get a new car, shop for household décor and furniture, or make long-term investments. ...

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    • Co-Parenting Tips to Help Make Your Divorce Easier

      For spouses who are in the midst of a divorce and share children, the end of the marriage is not the end of their interactions with one another, even after the divorce is finalized. They must work ...

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    • What is a Mediation Review & Do You Need One?

      The mediation process can be a great way to handle family legal issues without going to court, but what exactly is a mediation review ? After you’ve gone through the mediation process, you might be ...

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    • How To Use Mediation for Child Custody & Support Modifications

      Parenting plans aren’t always built to last, and if either you or your co-parent has undergone a significant change in circumstances, you may need to modify your current child custody or child support ...

      Read More
    • Common Mediation Myths

      In legal situations in which you prefer to save time, money, and effort, many people turn to mediation as a solution. Despite how overwhelmingly positive mediation is for countless people in the midst ...

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    • Factors that May Affect Property Division During Divorce

      Equitable Distribution of Property California is an equitable distribution state. That means that all property and assets accumulated during the marriage are typically considered to be owned by both ...

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    • 5 Benefits to Establishing a Marital Agreement

      Most people associate marital agreements with divorce, but they can be used to help with several different marital situations, not just a separation. They may not be very romantic, but prenuptial and ...

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    • Prenuptial vs. Postnuptial Agreements

      Prenuptial agreements have become second nature in California marriages, and for good reason. With the rate of divorce so high, more and more people realize just how important it is to protect their ...

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    • Spousal Support: Legal vs. Emotional

      In court, the spousal support process starts when the judge awards temporary support (before trial). Typically, this is a straight calculation based on the parties’ respective incomes and is a higher ...

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