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How Can I Enforce a Child Custody Order?
How Can I Enforce a Child Custody Order?

Child custody plans are essential for both children and their parents. They provide consistency, stability, and ensure the children are cared for and able to maintain a relationship with each parent, which the court generally believes serves their best interests. California ...

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Blog posts in Child Custody

  • Preventable Child Custody Mistakes You Should Be Aware Of

    If you are in the middle of a child custody dispute, you are probably already keenly aware that no other legal matter will ever be as emotionally ...

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  • Can I Adopt My Spouse’s Children?

    Growing a family is a wonderful, fulfilling experience. If you are a stepparent to your spouse’s children, you might be considering the idea of ...

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  • Splitting the Baby: Custody Battles Between Parents and Nonparents

    Child custody battles can be very emotionally intense. They don’t always happen between divorced parents. In fact, many custody cases are contests ...

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  • What Are Temporary Orders?

    When a couple gets a divorce , the ensuing court proceedings can take anywhere between a few months to several years, depending on the complexity of ...

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  • Cultural Considerations in Family Law Cases

    person’s culture is part of their identity. We tend to share a system of values with other members who belong to the same culture. According to ...

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  • Surviving Life After Divorce, Year 1

    Getting a divorce can be an emotionally and mentally exhausting process. Divorce proceedings can last anywhere from six months to several years, ...

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  • What Should I Do If My Ex-Spouse Withholds Visitation?

    In a divorce , child visitation agreement imposes the amount of time that a child spends with each parent. While the custodial parent is awarded ...

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  • Writing a Child Custody Deposition

    A deposition is the process by which each party conducts an investigation to learn more about the case and build a strategy for how they conduct ...

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  • What You Need to Know About Moving After a Divorce

    In many divorce cases, a parent decides to move away with the kids to start a new job or a new life. However, if the other parent disagrees with the ...

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