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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 »

Child Custody Evaluations in California

Parents in the Superior Court’s Domestic or Family Court Court need a plan for caring for their child(ren) after they separate and when their marriage or partnership ends.  When parents cannot agree on a parenting plan by themselves or with the help of a mediator, the judge will decide child custody and visitation at a hearing… Read More »

Implementing a Parallel-Parenting Plan

In a high-conflict separation or divorce, a parallel-parenting plan may be the best option for your family. Disengaging from the other parent with as little conflict as possible could ensure that your children are raised properly. With the help of experienced child-custody attorneys, you can develop a plan that is suitable for your child(ren) and… Read More »

When to Use Parallel Parenting Plans

Parents who separate will need to plan caring for their children and sharing custodial time and where they will live or how they will spend their time. A parenting plan is the parents’ written agreement about: (1) time-share: when the children will be with each parent; and (2) decision-making: how the parents will make decisions… Read More »

Can a Child Legally Have More than Two Parents in California?

Many children have two parents; in rare cases, a child, or children, may have more than two people acting as parents in every way. Separating a child from a parent has a devastating psychological and emotional impact on the child, including when separating a child from the person whom the child regards as a parent…. Read More »