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Blog Posts in 2014

  • Unfortunately, Bitcoin Divorce is quickly becoming the new reality attorneys and courts will have to deal with in California. Bitcoin is a new and recent type of “e-currency” that is sold online. It is a digital, decentralized currency that is not backed by governments or legal entities and not redeemable for any commodities. Reuben Grinberg, Bitcoin: An Innovative Alternative Digital ...
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  • Can I Get an Annulment?

    || 8-Aug-2014

    There are many misconceptions about how to get an annulment (“nullity of marriage” or “nullity of domestic partnership”) in California. For some prospective clients, the annulment option might seem like the easy way out of a bad marriage, or there is an underlying belief there is less of a stigma associated with annulment when compared to divorce. Whatever you might think, ...
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  • The following case deals with an interesting issue concerning a trial court’s jurisdiction to make child support orders in the context of a Domestic Violence Restraining Order. While a temporary restraining order can include child and visitation orders, the issue in this case arose when the parties reached an agreement or stipulation before they went to hearing. The stipulation between the ...
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  • Getting Temporary Orders During Divorce in Los Angeles

    || 27-Mar-2014

    How a Los Angeles Divorce Lawyer can get Temporary Orders with the Request for Order During Divorce How do you get temporary orders in divorce cases? Divorce Lawyers in Los Angeles typically use the Request For Order procedure to get temporary orders in divorce cases in California. When filing for divorce, legal separation or a parentage case, the Request for Order (FL-300) form is used to notify ...
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  • ¿Es usted víctima de violencia doméstica ? El presidente Obama firmó la ley el jueves la Violencia Federal Women Act de 1994, que amplía la protección a las mujeres que sean víctimas de la violencia doméstica contra. La Ley Federal de Violencia contra las Mujeres (“Ley”) aprobada originalmente en 1994 como parte de una ley contra ...
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  • Un mensaje de Castellanos y Asociados La noche del lunes, el huracán causó devastación indescriptible de arena a lo largo de las porciones del Atlántico medio y del noreste de nuestro país. Estamos profundamente entristecidos por el daño y destrucción que dejó atrás. Entendemos que usted está pasando por tiempos ...
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  • En todo el país: la cuestión del matrimonio gay

    || 4-Mar-2014

    Son estadounidenses de actitudes cambiantes sobre el matrimonio del mismo sexo en los Estados Unidos? El matrimonio gay fue un tema importante durante las elecciones de ayer. Los votantes a través de Maine, Minnesota, Washington y Maryland todos tenían algo que decir y los resultados parecen indicar que los opositores del matrimonio gay tendrán que replantearse su postura ...
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  • ¿Qué es el Programa de Oportunidad de Paternidad en California?

    || 3-Mar-2014

    En California, el establecimiento de la paternidad legal de un niño puede ser un proceso complicado cuando hay hijos nacidos fuera del matrimonio. La forma más fácil para los padres solteros a establecer la paternidad es conseguir married.However, hay otro método para establecer la paternidad para los padres solteros en California, y se conoce como el Programa de ...
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  • What is the Paternity Opportunity Program in California?

    || 27-Feb-2014

    In California, establishing legal paternity for a child can be a complicated process when there are children born out of wedlock. The easiest way for unmarried parents to establish paternity is to get married.However, there is another method for establishing paternity for unmarried parents in California, and it is referred to as the Paternity Opportunity Program (also known as the ...
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  • Unwed Fathers Rights in California

    || 13-Feb-2014

    CA Appeals Court Considers Unwed Fathers Right to Bring Paternity Action Court of Appeals Holds Unmarried Father Has Standing To Bring Paternity Action Even Though Biological Mother’s Husband Is A Presumed Father. Determining the parental rights of unwed fathers in California can be confusing. If you are an unwed parent who wants to assume responsibility for a child born out-of-wedlock, you ...
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