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When Are Drug Tests Used in Child Custody Cases?

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California is a no-fault divorce state. Not only does California permit couples to divorce based on no-fault grounds (legally known as “irreconcilable differences”), California no longer even allows couples to file for divorce based on alleged fault. There are circumstances, however, under which certain bad acts can affect a divorce proceeding. Domestic abuse, criminal… Read More »

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How Long Does California Military Divorce Take?

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Divorce never comes at an easy time. If one spouse is an active-duty servicemember, the divorce proceedings can become that much more complicated. A number of issues unique to military divorces may arise which can complicate or delay the proceedings. Below, our knowledgeable Claremont military divorce attorneys discuss complications that can come up in… Read More »

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What are the Current Alimony Tax Laws?

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Reaching a favorable and fair divorce settlement requires a lot of care and consideration. It’s not enough to look at the relative income and assets of each party. It’s important to also take into consideration the additional consequences of all aspects of the divorce, including payment of mortgages and other debts, insurance costs and… Read More »


Difference Between Legal Separation and Divorce in CA?

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Unlike many states, California has a process for “legal separation.” Legal separation is similar to divorce but different in key respects. Continue reading to learn how legal separation operates in California, and reach out to a seasoned Claremont divorce and separation attorney for advice and representation in a Southern California family law matter. What… Read More »

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How to Get Marriage Annulled in CA

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Annulment is significantly rarer than divorce. Whereas divorce ends a marriage, an annulment will make it as if the marriage never took place. Legally, the parties will revert to “single,” as opposed to divorced. There are specific requirements to obtain an annulment. Below, we discuss the grounds for obtaining an annulment and the procedure… Read More »

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What are the Laws for Establishing Paternity in California?

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Having a legal parental relationship with a child carries with it a number of legal rights and obligations, including rights for the child to medical insurance coverage and inheritance, the right for the parent to make medical decisions, as well as obligations concerning child support and child care. When a mother gives birth to… Read More »

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What is Parental Kidnapping?

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When the court issues a final divorce decree, the pronouncements in that order have the force of law. Preventing the other parent from exercising their custody or parenting time rights is a violation of the court’s order, carrying the risk of serious sanctions. In more serious cases, the conduct may amount to parental abduction,… Read More »

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Can I Get Back Together With My Ex After Divorce?

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Life and circumstances fluctuate. Things change. While divorces are intended to be the final end to a marriage from a legal standpoint, life is rarely so clean-cut. Many divorced couples get back together with their former spouses at one time or another. Whether they will fully reconcile, and whether they will take the further… Read More »

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Is Common Law Marriage Recognized in California?

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Typically, in order to get legally married, a couple must obtain a marriage license and exchange vows in a ceremony (either religious or civil). Clients often ask us about whether a “common law marriage” is valid if those other steps haven’t been taken. Many people believe that if they live together as an unmarried… Read More »

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How Does a Court Prove or Determine if a Parent is Unfit?

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Parents are generally given wide latitude in determining how to raise their children. Regardless of the objections of grandparents, aunts and uncles, or other friends or family members, parents can typically teach their children whatever they want and raise them according to their values. The same applies to divorced parents unhappy with their co-parent’s… Read More »

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