• 05 Jun 2021
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Factors to Consider When Creating a Child Custody Schedule

Posted by srailawoffice In Child Custody June 5, 2021 0 Comment
Factors to Consider When Creating a Child Custody Schedule

When going through a divorce, there are many difficult things you will encounter. The process can become even more complicated if you have children. One of the hardest things to do for divorcing couples with children is making a child visitation schedule. Both parents want to be able to see their children as much as …

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  • 04 Jun 2021
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Supervised‌ ‌Child‌ ‌Visitation‌ ‌:‌ ‌When‌ ‌Is‌ ‌It‌ ‌Necessary?‌ ‌

Posted by srailawoffice In Child Custody June 4, 2021 0 Comment
Supervised‌ ‌Child‌ ‌Visitation‌ ‌:‌ ‌When‌ ‌Is‌ ‌It‌ ‌Necessary?‌ ‌

Supervised visitation, also referred to as supervised contact or supervised parenting, allows the noncustodial parent to visit with their child only when supervised by another adult. This type of visitation is designed to keep the child safe, while supporting the parent-child relationship. If supervised visitation is necessary, the court will order it and mandate it …

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  • 26 Feb 2020
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Child Custody Move Aways

Posted by Gurjit Srai In Child Custody February 26, 2020 0 Comment

Child custody is an especially challenging part of divorce proceedings. Joint custody of the children may allow both parents to remain in close contact with their children. But the calm can easily give way to disputes when one parent wants or needs to move away. If you find yourself in a move away situation after …

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  • 04 Dec 2019
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Dissolution and Divorce of Same-Sex Domestic Partnerships

Posted by Gurjit Srai In Child Custody December 4, 2019 0 Comment
Dissolution and Divorce of Same-Sex Domestic Partnerships

Under California law, same-sex couples and gay and lesbian couples are permitted to register their domestic partnership. Such same-sex marriages and domestic partnerships have much of the same rights and obligations under the law. Just like any other marriage, domestic partnerships can also fall apart. As such, California law also allows same-sex couples access to …

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  • 20 Nov 2019
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New California Law on Divorce and Pets

Posted by Gurjit Srai In Child Custody November 20, 2019 0 Comment
New California Law on Divorce and Pets

When you’re going through a divorce, you need to think about how you will handle all property division, as we well your children. But where do pets fit into the equation? For most couples, pets are considered family. Pets are especially common in households of the newest generations of married couple. According to the Bureau …

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  • 13 Nov 2019
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Rights of Step Parents After Divorce

Posted by Gurjit Srai In Child Custody November 13, 2019 0 Comment
Rights of Step Parents After Divorce

As part of your divorce proceeding, you will need to discuss the custody and visitation rights you have to your own children. But what if you want visitation rights of your spouse’s children from a previous marriage? California state law establishes visitation rights for step parents under certain circumstances. Your Legal Rights as a Step …

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  • 06 Nov 2019
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Can Parents Agree to Waive Child Support?

Posted by Gurjit Srai In Child Custody November 6, 2019 0 Comment
Can Parents Agree to Waive Child Support?

When you decide to get a divorce, you need to make a number of other decisions that go along with the process. One of the most important issues you need to discuss is child support and custody. Every parent is obligated to care for their child – and that includes physically, mentally and financially. The …

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  • 23 Aug 2019
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What To Expect at an Ex Parte Child Custody Hearing

Posted by Gurjit Srai In Child Custody August 23, 2019 0 Comment
What To Expect at an Ex Parte Child Custody Hearing

Each county in California handles an ex parte child custody hearing differently – even from courtroom to courtroom in the same county. The court generally takes approaches an ex parte emergency child custody matter in one of two ways: 1) reviewing the pleadings and issuing a ruling on them without hearing oral arguments; or 2) …

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