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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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I’m on the birth certificate and I can’t get parenting time

One of the most common misconceptions that unmarried fathers have is that since they are listed on their child’s birth certificate, or have signed some type of document at the hospital acknowledging that they are the biological father, that they … 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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Inundated California courts impact divorce, child custody cases

Choosing to divorce may not be an easy process, but when couples make the decision it is likely time to move forward. As this choice is made, many people probably don’t think about the current state of California’s court system … Continue reading

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