Blog Posts in July, 2016

How NOT to Dress for Court Appearances

Although most of family law procedures are handled outside of the courtroom, there are times when court appearances may become necessary. When they are, dressing appropriately can make a big ...
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Summary Dissolution: A California "Quickie" Divorce

California has a no-fault divorce system with many laws and procedures to make divorce a fair process for both spouses ending their marriage. The system can become very complicated, however, when ...
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Proposed Protection for Domestic Violence Victims

On July 14, 2016, United States Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) introduced legislation in the United States Senate to further ensure the rights of victims of domestic violence. The new legislation would ...
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Hawaii's Law to Deprive Rapists of Parental Rights

In California, under Family Code Section 3030(b), no person shall be granted custody of or visitation of a child, if that person has been convicted of rape and the child was conceived as a result of ...
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Name Change after Divorce

Many people take their spouse’s last name when they marry, and no longer want that name after they divorce. In California, if at the time of the divorce filing the spouse requests to have ...
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