Co-parenting divorce

New Year’s Resolutions for Separating Spouses To Ensure A Smooth and Efficient Transition


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Sometimes couples who are planning on separating or divorcing prefer to wait out the holiday season and file for separation and divorce in the New Year.  This can be because of financial reasons, or because they do not want to tell their children or other family members that the marriage...

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Can You Record Your Spouse to Show Harassment?

There are many reasons for spouses to make the difficult choice to get divorced. Some of these may involve very stressful experiences, and those experiences can lead to emotional reactions that are difficult to work through. Other times, there may be some very valid reasons for pursuing divorce and the...

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Third Party Visitation Rights in California

Divorce is often a complex and stressful process. The process can be even more difficult when children are involved, and in such cases may bring even more family members into the process itself. For especially close families, family members may be concerned about how a divorce will impact their ability...

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What to Do If Child Protective Services Is Called

No parent wants to find that the person knocking on their door is an investigator from California’s Child Protective Services. Child Protective Services (“CPS”) is a department within the California Department of Social Services that is charged with preventing and addressing child abuse and neglect throughout California. The role of...

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Back to the Basics – Child Custody Modification

Are you a divorced parent wanting to modify your child custody or visitation order?  Did a family law judge previously make such order? As it turns out, there are countless reasons why parents may wish to modify an existing custody order.  For instance, as children grow older, their needs and...

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Safety First: The Impact of DUI on Divorce

‘Tis the season for more drunk drivers on the road. Studies have shown two to three more people die in alcohol-related crashes during the holiday season than any other time of the year; and 40 percent of these fatalities involve a driver impaired by alcohol. Those who are going through...

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Co-Parenting During the Holiday Season

The holiday season is all about coming together as a family. This is supposed to be the happiest, most stress-free time of the year, right? This is quite the opposite for divorced or separated families. Divorced or separated parents must deal with the stressor, every year, of “who gets the...

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