Monthly Archives: May 2012

Complete Guide to Family Law

You hear about going to court to sort out issues of custody, support, and community property, but where are these cases being tried? The rights of domestic partners and their children are protected by law, but they fall under a … Continue reading

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When Is Divorce the Best Option?

Nobody plans to divorce, and ending a marriage is not something that should be done frivolously or for the wrong reasons. If there are children in the marriage, both partners need to consider the effect divorce will have on the … Continue reading

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Pure Joy

The two year old entered the Dana Point family hotel elevator window- backed to the courtyard holding his breath in surprised suspense as the doors closed behind and the elevator car dropped towards the pool floor level below. Contained excitement … Continue reading

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Scheduling To See Dad

Making custody sharing plans work takes both parents’ cooperation and planning. Probably the most difficult and emotionally charged issues facing divorcing parents is child sharing cooperation. After all how can parents whose lawyers are forcing win-lose tactics in court blustering … Continue reading

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Waiting For His Best Friend

Waiting for a best friend, our sons and daughters are patient, faithful and loyal to the next moment their Mom or Dad, separated by the collapse of commitment, or the desires of the heart, come calling for their little loved … Continue reading

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