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October 2019 Archives

What must be part of the child custody mediation process?

When a California couple ends a marriage, one of the major concerns they will face is how to deal with child custody. For situations where the parties might be able to come to an amicable agreement, mediation could be a wise alternative to litigation. It is important to understand the mediation process from the beginning. It is also advisable to have legal representation.

What should I know about medical child support in a divorce?

In a California divorce, those with children should be aware of various issues related to child support. Most will think about the monthly payment as a means to ensure that their child's best interests are met and their basic needs are provided. It is easy to forget that in addition to a home, clothes and other important items for the child's well-being, medical support will be needed. With any concern related to family law and support, legal help can be critical to an effective resolution.

Protecting your bond with your "fur baby" in a California divorce

Whether your companion animal is a dog, cat, rabbit, bird or reptile, you may have developed a very strong connection with that animal. Many modern couples choose to adopt a companion animal with their spouse or partner, not thinking about the potential heartbreak that could arise in the future because of their bond.

Handling the end of a marriage after retiring can be difficult

Divorce is difficult at any age, but, if the end of a marriage comes after people have already retired, it is even more complicated. Californians categorized as baby boomers who are contemplating a divorce might not know where to turn or what steps to take. These divorces are commonly referred to as "gray" divorces, but, regardless of how they are described, people should be cognizant of the foundational factors and be fully prepared.

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