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Divorce Checklist For California In 2021

Legally dissolving your relationship from your spouse is an extremely stressful process – especially if you’ve been together for several years. This is why it’s important to keep track of everything you need to do by using a comprehensive divorce checklist. Making a...

California Divorce Statistics For 2021

There seems to be an ongoing consensus in the United States that divorce rates are on the decline – something that is also reflected in California divorce statistics. Although the figures stated from different sources sometimes vary, there is a general agreement that...

How Can A Mother Lose Custody Of Her Child?

There was once a time when, during divorce, a mother would automatically have custody of her children. But now that things are changing, you might be asking: how can a mother lose custody of her child? Is it possible to lose custody of your children even when you’ve...

How to File for Divorce in Riverside

Divorce laws differ by state, and some of those differences matter a lot. If you need to know how to file for divorce in Riverside, contact a local family law attorney familiar with California divorce law. Never take second-hand advice from friends or family members....

What Is A Family Law Attorney?

Qualifications, Practice Areas, and the Benefits of Hiring One What is a family law attorney? Before we answer this question, let’s take a look at what we know about the concept of family. The family is society’s most basic social unit – and for most of us, our most...

Co-Parenting: 5 Easy To Use Tips

A divorce can tease out the worst sides of both you and your ex spouse, creating a vacuum of pain and resentment in the void between. Cooperating with an ex on a weekly basis may be the last thing you want to do, but a positive co-parenting relationship between the...

Parental Alienation: What Is It Exactly?

Child custody issues can be contentious and stressful for parents and children alike. However, when parents have a strained or adversarial relationship with each other, things can be even more difficult. “Parental alienation” is the term for when one parent actively...

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