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Category Archives: Child Custody And Visitation

When things change, you can modify your child custody order.

If it has been some time since your child custody order was created, your child’s life may look very different. You or your spouse may have changed jobs or moved to a new home, and these changes can make it difficult to continue your previous…

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What happens if your ex wants to leave California with the kids?

When married couples divorce and unmarried parents decide to break up, shared custody is usually the outcome. The California family courts will typically create or approve parenting plans that support the rights of both parents to time with the children. Of course, living near your…

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What impact do claims of domestic violence have on custody cases?

After years of living together and sharing the most stressful moments life has to offer, you know what your spouse is capable of better than anyone else. You may have been on the receiving side of your temper more than once, which may be while…

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Relocation and child custody modifications in California

When a parent in California decides to relocate, the court could modify the child custody order depending on how far they are moving. Usually, the move would need to create some sort of disruption in the existing parenting plan for the court to consider it.…

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Domestic violence in child custody cases

Domestic violence concerns can significantly affect child custody cases in California. In general, family courts take allegations, charges or convictions related to domestic violence very seriously, because the child is at risk in any environment where violence is present. In many cases, courts take a…

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How to reframe making a child custody agreement

Dealing with child custody can be one of the most difficult elements of divorce for California parents. This can be the case even when they are both committed to successful negotiations. However, parents can reach an agreement by focusing on the best interests of the…

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Can your ex pack up the kids and move to another state?

Parents often disagree about what is best for the kids even when they are still married. After a divorce, those differences in opinion will be even more extreme. If your ex has family in Chicago or gets an great job offer in Boston, they could…

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When things change, you can modify your child custody order.

If it has been some time since your child custody order was created, your child’s life may look very different. You or your spouse may have changed jobs or moved to a new home, and these changes can make it difficult to continue your previous…

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Long-distance co-parenting: you can create a solution

Parenting your child is never easy, and it can be even more challenging when you share parenting responsibilities with someone who lives in another state. You may be currently be going through a divorce or revising your child custody and support agreements when one parent…

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Raising happy kids after divorce can be a team effort

Divorce can wreak havoc on all aspects of life, and for parents, protecting their children’s happiness and stability from the tornado of changes is usually a priority. Parents in California can work as a team after their split to raise balanced, healthy children. First, parents…

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