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Modifying Child Support Orders in California

Child support orders may be changed if necessary. Sometimes, people’s situations change and the order needs to change to reflect that. A parent might not be able to keep up with the monthly installments or the parent receiving the payment may feel that the amount is not adequate. To modify the child support order, a… Read More »

Your Children Should Always Come First

If you are a divorcing parent, the wellbeing of your children is the first priority. It is imperative that you and your child’s other parent develop a child-custody plan that puts the best interests of your children first. An experienced family law attorney can help you understand the complexities of child custody laws in California…. Read More »

Helping Your Children Cope With a Separation or Divorce

Children may experience the different stages of grief during their parents’ separation or divorce: Shock and denial that their parents are separating Anger because their parents are separating Depression, overwhelmed with feelings of helplessness and sadness during a divorce Bargaining, attempting to make things the way they were before the divorce, promising themselves or their parents… Read More »

Developing a Holiday Schedule for Your Child(ren)

A holiday schedule for your child(ren) takes precedence over the usual custodial schedule and is in addition to the regular custody and visitation schedule. The setting of a holiday schedule is a common practice for Winter Break, Spring Break, Summer Break, Thanksgiving and/or any religious and/or culturally significant special days, to name a few. Some considerations to payattention… Read More »

Does California Recognize Parental Alienation?

Disputes about child custody are stressful on parents and the child(ren). In severely damaged relationships between spouses, the child(ren) usually suffers the most from the parents’ continued battles and becomes caught in the middle of the parents’ issues with one another. One main concern that parents have when experiencing disputes about custody is parental alienation. Parental Alienation Syndrome… Read More »