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Same-Sex Divorce in California

Prior to same-sex marriage, any issue you could possibly imagine regarding divorce has been seen and settled…

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What Does Community Property Mean in Terms of Divorce in California?

When it comes to property distribution during a divorce, you will see a couple of different phrases…

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Difference Between Physical and Legal Custody in California

Custody is often separated into two very distinct areas. These areas are Physical Custody and Legal Custody.…

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What Does the Area of Family Law Cover?

Divorce is only One Aspect of Family Law Most people will use the terms “Family Law” and…

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Residency Requirements to Obtain a Divorce in California

California, as all states in the Unites States, has passed a law allowing a “no fault” divorce.…

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What is the Difference Between Divorce and Annulment in California?

As most people know, a divorce is the end of a marriage. It can be a complicated…

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Marital or Separate Property in California

When couples get married, both parties are usually excited about the prospect of sharing their life together,…

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Exclusive Use and Occupancy

As we are all hoping the worst of the pandemic is behind us, many couples that were…

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Is there a difference between Visitation and Parenting Time in California?

“Visitation” was the term used for the time the noncustodial parent spends with their children. For those…

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Can you get divorced if you cannot locate your spouse?

It takes a little work, but ultimately, yes, you can get a divorce if you cannot locate…

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How to Avoid a Charge of Contempt of Court if you can No Longer Afford Your Support Payments

In family law, a finding of contempt is a way for the Court to “encourage” compliance with…

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