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  • Common Mistakes Fathers Make in Divorce Proceedings
    Common Mistakes Fathers Make in Divorce Proceedings

    Divorce is always a difficult process, and fathers can sometimes feel like they are at a disadvantage. In many cases, mothers are assumed to be the primary caregivers of children, which can lead to ...

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  • How Long Does Spousal Support Last in CA?
    How Long Does Spousal Support Last in CA?

    Divorce can be a stressful and challenging experience for any couple. Among the various legal aspects that need to be considered when ending a marriage is spousal support, also known as alimony. In ...

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  • How Can Domestic Violence Affect Spousal Support?
    How Can Domestic Violence Affect Spousal Support?

    Domestic violence is a serious issue that affects millions of people worldwide. In addition to the physical and emotional trauma, it can also have significant financial consequences, including spousal ...

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  • Modifying Visitation Agreements: When and How to Seek Changes in Visitation Rights
    Modifying Visitation Agreements: When and How to Seek Changes in Visitation Rights

    A visitation agreement is a court-ordered document that outlines the visitation rights of a non-custodial parent. However, life is unpredictable, and circumstances can change. What happens when a ...

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  • What You Should Know About Restraining Orders
    What You Should Know About Restraining Orders

    In today's world, it's not unusual to hear about restraining orders on the news. However, some people may be unclear on what a restraining order is and how it works. A restraining order is a legal ...

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  • Enforcing Court Orders: Standing up for Your Rights and the Well-being of Your Children
    Enforcing Court Orders: Standing up for Your Rights and the Well-being of Your Children

    Going through a divorce or custody battle can be grueling, no matter who you are. Court orders are put in place to ease the pain and confusion of a difficult time, but unfortunately, they're not ...

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