March 2016 Archives

What are issues that make it hard to prove domestic violence?

One of the biggest problems in a domestic violence case is when the victim is unable to prove that the violence occurred. Therefore, it's important to know that this can be an issue and how to prepare to face it, if you're going to court in California. Below are a few reasons that proof can be difficult to provide.

Tips for dealing with a divorce judge

When you are trying to divide property during your divorce, if you and your spouse don't agree on a split already, you're going to go before a judge. Experts warn that one thing you never want to do is to give the judge a negative opinion of you right out of the gate. If you and the judge get off on the wrong foot, it can hurt your chances. These tips can help avoid that.

Why does the court care how much time you have for your child?

When you're in court, trying to figure out a child custody arrangement, one thing you may be asked about often is your schedule. The court will be looking to see how much time you have to spend with your children, how much time you can dedicate to being a parent. Questions that you could be asked include:

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