For some reason, parties in family law cases think dishonesty at court is okay. While some people do get away with lying to the judge, they don’t realize how bad it can make them look. Moreover, parties are under oath and it is a crime to offer false evidence. When it comes to financial information, Read more about Importance of Honesty in Family Law[…]
Joint physical custody can be crafted in different ways depending on the age of the child. If the child is able to be away from each parent for a week at a time, then week-on/week-off might be a good idea. Each parent should live near the child’s school. A 5-2-2-5 plan means the parents take Read more about What Does Joint Physical Custody Look Like?[…]
In California, the courts tend to prefer that the parents share joint physical and legal custody of the children. Sole custody is typically ordered when one parent is incarcerated, has committed domestic violence, lives far away, has a drug or alcohol addiction, or has neglected or abused the child(ren). The fact that parents raise the Read more about Joint Custody or Sole Custody?[…]
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If you’ve been watching the HBO series “Divorce” then you see that both sides tried mediation until the Husband’s friend told him he would get screwed. Friends and family may have good intentions but they often stir up trouble in divorces and end up hurting the kids and making the couple go broke. We see Read more about HBO Show “Divorce” Shows Adversarial Process[…]
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