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An Experienced Family Law Attorney Explains Restraining Orders on Financial Accounts

Thursday, July 28, 2016

Going through the divorce process is difficult enough, but when you find that your soon-to-be ex is hiding assets or money, you may need to have the accounts frozen. This will prevent your spouse from hiding or selling assets that you have an interest in. Read More


Tips to Prepare For Your Divorce From an Experienced Family Law Attorney

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Making the decision to divorce is difficult and extremely sad. You never envisioned that your marriage would end, so you may feel alone and confused and not really know where to start. As attorneys experienced in family law, we certainly understand, and would like to provide you with some tips when you're getting ready to begin the divorce process. Read More


An Experienced Family Law Attorney Advises You to Find Courage During Your Divorce

Thursday, July 14, 2016

Most of the time, law blogs are devoted to tips and tricks about getting through a particular situation. Whether it be helping a client get through an arrest, or providing tips on planning your estate, most lawyers want to give the best information regarding certain legal topics. Here, we’d like to deviate from the usual family law blog to talk about how you can approach your divorce with courage. Read More


Father's Rights: How to Put an End to Parenting Time Interference

Friday, July 08, 2016

When a relationship ends, it can sometimes be difficult to handle the situation in a friendly manner, even when children are involved. One common occurrence among newly split couples is known as parenting time interference. Read More


Temporary Child Custody as Explained by an Experienced Attorney in Family Law

Thursday, June 30, 2016

When a couple is going through a divorce, one parent may request temporary custody of their child while going through the process. So what is temporary custody? It is the custody of a child, through a family law court order, that gives one parent custody temporarily. This means the parent has the right to make certain crucial decisions regarding the child’s health and well-being, albeit temporarily until the custody matter is resolvedRead More


Maintain Father's Rights by Establishing a Healthy Relationship with Your Child

Thursday, June 23, 2016

When it comes to child support, custody and visitation, you may feel that as the father, you don't have many rights. It's unfortunate that many divorcing dads feel this way, but it is important for you to understand that you have the right to see, communicate and be an active participant in the lives of your children. Mothers and father's rights are said to be equal under the law, but unfortunately, it's just harder to enforce and exercise a father's rights. Read More


An Attorney in Family Law Explains Temporary Custody Modification

Thursday, June 16, 2016

If you are looking to change a temporary custody order, you’ll have to file a petition with the family court that holds jurisdiction over the matter. You can also seek modification through a petition for a habeas corpus hearing. The best thing you can do when you want to move forward is to retain an attorney experienced in family lawRead More


Family Law And Spousal Support For Men

Thursday, June 09, 2016

Some men might be concerned that they will be at a disadvantage in family law matters, but the court's opinions have shifted with modern times when it comes to divorce, child custody and alimony. This means a man may be entitled to custody, child support or spousal support when dissolving a marriage in Los Angeles. The recent split between actress Kaley Cuoco and tennis player Ryan Sweeting highlights this as Cuoco is set to pay $1650,000 to Sweeting. Read More


Consult A Family Law Attorney When Seeking to Reduce Alimony Payment Obligations

Thursday, June 02, 2016

If you have been ordered to pay alimony, you may wonder if there is any time that you can legally stop alimony payments. Generally, the divorce agreement outlines the specific ways in which these payments can be stopped or changed. A judge can also order a change in alimony payments if there’s a change in circumstances. Our experienced family law attorneys explain a few possibilities that may warrant a change in alimony. Read More


Raising And Lowering Child Support Payments

Friday, May 27, 2016

If you are having disagreements with the other parent about the amount of child support that is ordered to be paid, the judge may decide to order that a child support amount is paid that is more than the state guidelines. The judge can do this if he or she feels there is a reasonable cause to do so. Read More



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