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  • Dissolution When Parties Still Live Together

    The date of separation in a divorce is the date spouses begin to live in separate homes, and at least one spouse notifies the other of the end of the ...

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  • Hints, Tips & Plans to Stay Safe If You Encounter Domestic Violence

    Many incidents of domestic violence , especially those carried out by first-time offenders of this crime, occur with little to no warning. A heated ...

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  • California Changes Parenting Plan Agreements in Divorce and Paternity Cases

    As of November 1 st , 2016, parenting plans filed after mediation with Family Court Services (FCS) may give parents the choice to designate a final ...

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  • Want to get remarried but not divorced yet?

    Due to many factors, the process of getting a divorce is slow and time consuming and may take years to finalize. This may not sit well for those who ...

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  • What is an Annulment?

    There are many differences between an annulment and a divorce or legal separation in California. An annulment is equivalent to an invalid marriage, in ...

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  • Dividing a Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC)

    Who Is Responsible for the Debt? A Home Equity Line of Credit, or “HELOC” as they are popularly known, is a revolving line of credit that uses your ...

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  • Dissolution Judgments after Death

    When an ex-spouse dies, the assets of the decedent estate may be highly contested in Probate and Family Law courts. In particular, a dissolution ...

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  • Can you change your Career when you have a current support order?

    In California, child support orders follow a statutory “guideline” amount. A guideline child support amount utilizes a computer system (the ...

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  • Do You Meet The Residency Requirements to File for Divorce in Los Angeles County?

    Family Code § 2320 (a) requires that at least one party to the marriage must be a resident of this state for six (6) months and of the county in which ...

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