Divorce is hard for spouses, no matter the circumstances. But it may be even harder for your child. Children generally do not have the life experience, self-awareness, and even the emotional vocabulary to deal with the transition of living in two separate households, especially if the child has grown accustomed … (Read More)
You have been noticed to appear at Family Court Services (“FCS”) mediation. A million questions are probably going through your mind. While this article may not answer all million, it will hopefully provide enough information to ease some of your concerns.
When separating or divorcing parents cannot come to an … (Read More)
A significant portion of our clients came to us because they were told that their motion in Family Court was being set for an evidentiary hearing at the request of the other party or other party’s attorney. And nearly all of them have no idea what an evidentiary hearing is … (Read More)
We frequently get the following scenario: a spouse wants a divorce (or has been served with divorce papers), but is fearful of an unfair playing field because their soon-to-be-ex-spouse has a lot of money to spend for their attorney.… (Read More)
Though 2017 is in full swing, you may be unaware of a recent revision to a law that determines the actual date you and your partner separated.
Possibly one of the biggest changes in family law to form this year, this page explains the revision made by California’s State Legislature, … (Read More)