Attention:Our firm remains operational offering remote teleconferencing for consultations and appointments via phone and/or Skype for those who are concerned about in-person meetings. We will be offering a free 1/2 hour telephone consultation during this time. If you are an existing client with a court appearance, we are closely monitoring the court system to determine what protocol is being taken. We will notify you of any changes to your upcoming court appearances as information comes in from the Superior Courts. We will continue to offer quality service during this time.

Blog Posts in 2013

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  • What are the Advantages of a Prenuptial Agreement?
    What are the Advantages of a Prenuptial Agreement?

    It may be difficult to consider even the possibility of a divorce when you are engaged and ready to get married. There are significant advantages to doing so; however, and you may thank yourself ...

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  • Dying Hard with a Vengeance
    Dying Hard with a Vengeance

    John McTiernan and Donna Dubrow were a Hollywood married couple during parts of the 1980s and 1990s. He directed blockbuster, high-revenue action movies, such as Predator, Die Hard, Die Hard with a ...

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  • Grandparents Aren't the Boss of You!
    Grandparents Aren't the Boss of You!

    Grandparents Aren't the Boss of You! Brad Troxel and Tommie Granville, two Washington state residents, had a romantic relationship in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Their two daughters, Isabelle and ...

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  • How To Pursue Modifications to Custody Orders in California
    How To Pursue Modifications to Custody Orders in California

    The terms placed in a custody order may be functional and appropriate at the time of the final decision. It is understandable; however, that things change and parents may want to pursue a change to ...

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  • How is Paternity Established in California?
    How is Paternity Established in California?

    When paternity of a child needs to be established, time is of the essence. Paternity is generally not a matter to be dealt with if the parents of a child are married. In those cases the court will ...

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  • Property Division in California
    Property Division in California

    When going through a divorce , the division of property is one matter to be resolved between you and your spouse. The way that this is handled varies by state and in California there is a method of ...

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