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Blog Posts in 2020

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  • COVID 19 Impact on Custody and Parenting Time
    COVID 19 Impact on Custody and Parenting Time

    With layoffs accelerating as coronavirus disrupts the American economy, many child and spousal support payors and payees will be faced with reductions in salary or income. Legal issues may arise as a ...

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  • COVID-19 Impact on Family Law Orders
    COVID-19 Impact on Family Law Orders

    COVID-19 has shocked our world and impacted the lives of all families. The impact is perhaps greater for parents who share custody of a child with another parent after a separation, or a paternity or ...

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  • A Recent Modification in the Family Code May Have a Significant Impact on the Enforceability of Your Premarital Agreement
    A Recent Modification in the Family Code May Have a Significant Impact on the Enforceability of Your Premarital Agreement

    Over the years, Premarital Agreements have become increasingly popular. While Premarital Agreements may have once been considered a “taboo,” they are now a common part of the wedding-planning ...

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  • Important Definitions in Family Law Cases
    Important Definitions in Family Law Cases

    Dissolution of Marriage The official legal term for a divorce in California is the “ dissolution of marriage. ” In a divorce case, a party will file a “Petition for Dissolution (Divorce) of ...

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  • When Does Separate Property Become Community Property?
    When Does Separate Property Become Community Property?

    California’s System of Community Property In a divorce case, a court must tackle issues involving the division of property between the parties. In California, issues of property division upon divorce ...

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  • How Do Courts Use Your Income to Calculate Child Support?
    How Do Courts Use Your Income to Calculate Child Support?

    How Child Support Is Calculated In California, courts will calculate the amount of child support a parent owes according to the statewide uniform guidelines outlined in California Family Code § 4050 ...

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