Category Archives: Family Law

California Supreme Court Moves to Make Bar Exam Easier to Pass

California Supreme Court Moves to Make Bar Exam Easier to Pass With passage rates for the test sagging, the court has asserted its authority over the exams, traditionally among the toughest in the country. California Supreme Court Moves to Make … Continue reading

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What to consider with Halloween parenting time disputes

With Halloween coming on Friday, some of our readers may be experiencing difficulty with deciding where their child will go Trick-or-Treating. In some instances, parenting time disputes may become vindictive in that a parent may not even want a child … Continue reading

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Parenting issues that courts may not get involved with

If you no longer have a relationship with an ex-spouse or significant other and you have a child together, you may be skeptical about allowing the child to spend time with that person. The other parent may not have the … Continue reading

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Federal law supports deployed service members with family issues

California is home to many active military service members and the families. Like any other married person, military service members often have to deal with divorce and other family law disputes. However, military deployments can make it very difficult to … Continue reading

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States weigh possibility of mandating equal parenting time

Divorce affects the entire family. Even though both spouses might agree that splitting up is the best option, their lives are subject to change. Of course, when parents are working through the divorce process, it’s critical to consider how the … Continue reading

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