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When is the best time to start dating?

The New Year is fast approaching and for most of the world, this means a chance to…

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Kids and Holiday Traditions

In a previous post, we discussed getting through the holidays as a parent newly divorced with your…

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Alone for the Holidays

The holiday season, no matter the religion or culture is always accompanied by unrealistic expectations of happiness…

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Dealing with Hidden Assets During a Divorce

A fiduciary is an individual in whom another has placed the utmost trust and confidence to manage…

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Kids Going Back to School After Parents Divorce

Going back to school can be a very exciting time for a kid. They get to see…

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Contempt of Court and Child Custody

In California, there are two types of contempt of court proceedings. Direct contempt, which occurs when someone…

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Family First. Divorced Second.

The dissolution of a marriage is never easy, even when amicable. But when things are contentious and…

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What is the difference between legal separation and divorce in California?

If you have reached what you believe to be the end of your marriage, depending on your…

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The Difficulty and Necessity of Co-Parenting

The dissolution of a marriage is never easy, even when amicable. When things are contentious and there…

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Surviving Valentine’s Day After Divorce

According to every major media outlet in existence today, Valentine’s Day is the day to celebrate love…

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Do the Holidays and Vacations Lead to Divorce? If so, why?

If it seems that more couples announce divorce proceedings after the winter and summer holidays, a new…

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