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September 2015 Archives

Grandparents may have visitation and custody rights too

Only recently have courts come to realize the full importance of a grandparent's role in the upbringing and wellbeing of a child. As a result, the courts honor and support many California grandparents' rights including visitation and custodial rights under certain circumstances.

If you are in a child custody battle, a support team can help

If you are in the process of a divorce and there is a child or children from the marriage, you inevitably will have to make a decision regarding the child's custody. This is not an easy decision, and it is often not agreed upon by both parties, which means it could go to court for the decision.

Know your rights regarding matters of child support

During the divorce process, if there are children are involved there will be a decision made regarding the custody of the children. Following this decision, child support allowances may be rewarded to the custodial parent who is tasked with taking care of the child.

What forms of child custody could be awarded following a divorce?

One of the unfortunate realities of a divorce is the fact that any children from the marriage will no longer live with both parents at the same time or under the same roof. Hence, we have child custody in different forms to assure that the child still has the opportunity to see both parents.

Helping you address alimony-related issues in California

There are many myths associated with alimony, also known as spousal support. This family law issue is often a misunderstood concept. A family law court in California will not award alimony automatically to a divorced partner of a working spouse. Rather, it will consider many different factors. Hence, if you are a spouse who is looking to get alimony or you are someone who has to pay alimony, you can expect a heavily disputed issue. In order to ensure that your case is solid, whether you are looking to pay or to receive alimony, you will most likely need the support of an experienced attorney who can build a strong case on your behalf.

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