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Getting a Divorce During the Pandemic

Filing for divorce can be a draining process for spouses because of the stress and potential conflict when they disagree on different terms of the divorce. The situation is more difficult because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the government restricted movements and meetings. However, couples who have settled for divorce after recurring disagreements and other marriage drawbacks must move on. Maneuvering the divorce process during the pandemic could be challenging, especially if you do not have the...

The Adoption Process in California

It's not always possible for a child to stay or be parented by their biological parents. Adoption offers a light to many children by allowing them to be part of a loving family. Adoption gives...

Why You Should Hire a Family Law Attorney for Your Divorce

Divorce ranks high among life's most stressful events, and while it can be financially, psychologically, and physically draining, you need to prepare yourself adequately to go through the...

How to Determine Spousal Support

In many divorce cases in California, spouses can agree on challenging issues; for instance, child custody support, child custody, and property division without going to court. But most couples need...

Child Custody Issues Between Parent and Grandparent

Child custody is one of the most sensitive aspects of family law, and it is a common issue that arises as a result of a divorce. In California, child custody could be awarded to either parent, depending on several circumstances. Custody could either be sole or shared if both parents meet the qualification criteria to take care of the child. Since the law aims at doing what is best for a child, custody can also be awarded to the grandparents. This is often the case when the parents are deceased or are not physically or mentally...

Child Custody Issues to be Aware of

The state of California favors giving children access to both parents unless there is a legal basis to act otherwise. After the divorce is final, both parents should ideally get joint physical and...

How to Have an Amicable Divorce

Ending a marriage after years of trying to make things work may be the best decision you will ever make. Nonetheless, getting here is not always easy, and many people are too afraid to accept the...

Challenges for Children in a Divorce

Going through a divorce is not easy for the couple involved and their families. It may bring financial, emotional, and psychological constraints that affect many areas of their lives. As if divorce...

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