October 2016 Archives

Common questions same-sex couples may have about divorce

Like heterosexual couples, same-sex couples do not go into a marriage thinking that it will one day end. Unfortunately, the reality is that same-sex marriages end just as other marriages do. When divorce enters the picture, these couples often have just as many questions about the process as they may have had when planning to marry.

California child support | Putting the focus on loving dads

When it comes to the public's perspective on child support, many noncustodial fathers get a bad rap. The focus is often on the custodial parent who is entitled to receive child support. This is usually the mother. It is not fair to single out all fathers and think of them as dead-beat-dads. In fact, many California fathers want to provide for their children. They love their kids and are often in despair about their inability to effectively pay child support.

Is financial or economic abuse a form of domestic violence?

It is difficult to find a domestic violence organization or group that uses the term domestic in tandem with financial abuse. Arguably, this is not because the two are unrelated but rather because the documentation offered by these organizations deals with one topic at a time instead of grouping subjects together. For example, an article focusing on financial or economic abuse attempts to educate readers about this topic in as comprehensive manner as possible. Articles dealing with domestic violence take the same approach and may not mention financial abuse in the same report.

It is your child and your custody case | Take control

Many child custody cases are almost automatically contentious. Each parent's push to assert his or her parental rights results in explosive disputes if not out-and-out battles. Most California parents considering divorce are aware of these difficult child custody cases. Armed with this "knowledge," they may attempt to build their case accordingly, but this is obviously no easy task.

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