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What are the Laws for Establishing Paternity in California?

By Blasser Law |

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?

By Blasser Law |

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 »


Harvest of Hope Golf Tournament Fundraising Event

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Help each McKinley child have a joyful holiday season. Harvest of Hope is an invitation to give back while golfing! Your contribution and sponsorship will provide our youth with the resources they need during these difficult times. McKinley’s mission is to provide our youth with opportunities to grow, heal, and thrive. Harvest of Hope… Read More »

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What’s the Difference Between Dissolution and Divorce in CA

By Blasser Law |

Many of our family law clients in California have questions about the various terms used to describe the termination of marriage: divorce, dissolution of marriage, summary dissolution, annulment. Each of these terms refers to the end of a marriage, but how are they different? Read on to find out what these terms mean, and… Read More »

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Benefits of Legal Separation

By Blasser Law |

In California, married parties whose relationship is deteriorating have the option of pursuing a middle ground between staying together and ending the marriage in divorce. Parties can enter into a legal separation, which results in the parties living separately but remaining legally married. The parties can implement a legal separation agreement and have a… Read More »

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Consequences of Hiding Assets in Divorce

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When you go through a divorce, you lose a measure of privacy. Your finances become a matter of disclosure to the court, informing decisions and settlements concerning the division of property, spousal support, child support, insurance policies, and other issues. For the system to work properly, parties to a divorce must disclose all of… Read More »

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What to Include in a Prenuptial Agreement

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Prenuptial agreements are no longer exclusively for the rich and the famous, if they ever were. Signing a prenup may be a wise decision for most families, and they are becoming increasingly common across groups from all walks of life. If you are getting married and are interested in signing a prenup with your… Read More »

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