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Defeating a California prenuptial agreement

For most Californians, premarital agreements are regarded as inviolable and uniformly enforceable. Unfortunately for some individuals, this assumption is incorrect and can lead to a financial catastrophe. A prenuptial agreement in California can be defeated if the...

Three types of visitation orders in California

Child custody arrangements can be as unique as those entering them. When parents in California divorce, they will need to make decisions on visitation -- that is, how each of them will spend time with their child. The following are three types of visitation orders...

When can I change my child support order?

Needing to make changes to a divorce order comes with the territory of life changes following a divorce. One possible change parents may wonder about is a change to a child support order. There are certain circumstances when child support may be modified and divorcing...

Guardianships in California

Parents generally have a right to care for their children and make important decisions about their health, safety and general welfare. However, there are circumstances where it may be appropriate to appoint a guardian for the child. With a guardianship, the parent...

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