Child Custody

Money and child custody in California  

When parents divorce it not only impacts them but it also impacts their children when it comes to child support and child custody. Needless to say, it can be extremely time-consuming and expensive for everyone. There are many expenses that will come up in the...

Modifying your child custody order in California

You and your ex have been following the terms of your child custody order since it was signed into effect by the judge handling your divorce. However, now you find yourself facing circumstances that may require you to make changes to your existing custody arrangement....

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...

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...

Understanding ‘best interests of the child’

When parents divorce or break up, they may disagree on what custody arrangement is in their child's best interests. Often, these disagreements stem from the fact that they do not understand what "best interests of the child" means in the legal sense. Factors that...