Month: December 2021

Nesting may be a custody option

During divorce, it is difficult to reduce conflict and avoid disruptions of the children’s lives. Nesting or bird nesting is an option that may ease the children’s transition. Nesting option Nesting is a recent child custody option where the children stay in the...

What happens when assets commingle?

When a couple in California divorces one of the biggest issues that they must face is who gets to keep the family home, the cars, the furniture and other meaningful assets. Who gets what in the property division process generally depends on whether the assets at issue...

Modifying a child custody and visitation order

It is not unusual for a parent’s situation in life to change as the years go on, especially if they are divorced. For example, a parent in Riverside may lose their job, get a new job, move further away or may remarry and move to a new home. These situations may mean...

Co-parenting in the time of COVID

Co-parenting is a challenge, no matter how long parents have been doing it or how amicable they are. There are simply some issues that parents disagree on or cannot anticipate. For instance, if you co-parent, you likely never expected to be navigating this arrangement...