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What Is Parental Alienation?
Parental divorce or separation can have significant psychological effects on children. The life they know is coming to an end, and they do not know what to expect moving forward. Something that can make a divorce even more damaging to … Continued
What’s the Difference Between a Contested and an Uncontested Divorce?
Every divorce deals with difficult issues such as the division of marital property, debt, child or spousal support payments, and custody of any children from the marriage. While every divorce has some level of disagreement, many don’t have to go … Continued
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California Paternity Testing Laws
You may need a paternity test if want to secure child support and have access to medical records, government benefits, and health insurance for your child but have not established parentage. Parentage laws in California are complicated and involve court … Continued
How the OJ Simpson Trial Changed Media Coverage in the Courtroom
On June 21, 2016, the San Diego County Bar Association hosted its annual Bench Bar Media Program. The program provides a forum where judges, attorneys, and journalists can come together to have an open dialogue on a topic that incorporates … Continued
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Residency Requirements for California Divorce
A spouse or couple must meet a few requirements to be eligible to file for a divorce in the Golden State. Every state protects its own jurisdictions, applying the appropriate laws to individual divorce cases. If you do not meet … Continued
Benefits of Being a Child of Divorce
The stigma associated with divorce is gone, but that doesn’t make the process any less difficult. Divorce can complicate a child’s life, but it also comes with some pretty great benefits. Accentuating the positive is a way to cope and … Continued
Divorce and Finances FAQ
Once you decide to get a divorce, you may face many questions that would never normally arise. All of a sudden, you have to determine who pays which bills, if you can continue living in your home, and how your … Continued
Property Rights for Unmarried Couples
Some couples who choose to remain unmarried wonder about property rights, particularly if they have lived together for several years. In the state of California, the courts don’t recognize any common marriage law. Cohabitation does, however, present some interesting property … Continued
DIY Divorce: Pros and Cons
Divorce is an emotionally charged time for any couple. When you decided to get married, your relationship was built on a foundation of mutual respect and admiration. Now that you’re facing a separation, those feelings may have faded or been … Continued
Public Divorce Record Privacy
Divorce is an emotionally daunting prospect. It’s hard enough to end a relationship with a valued partner; you shouldn’t have to worry about your dirty laundry being a matter of public record. But many legal proceedings are just that – … Continued
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