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  • Resolve Custody Disputes Without Going to Court
    Resolve Custody Disputes Without Going to Court

    With the outbreak of covid 19, many aspects of our lives have changed significantly. We social distance ourselves and have shut down most social gathering places, from schools to entertainment events ...

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  • The Coronavirus and Its Effect on Family Law
    The Coronavirus and Its Effect on Family Law

    The coronavirus has caused a shut down of every aspect of life in California, including families and the law. Many people have lost their jobs or are afraid to share custody of their children because ...

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  • Gender or Sexual Orientation in Determining Custody in California
    Gender or Sexual Orientation in Determining Custody in California

    California’s Family Code governs the determination of child custody and visitation in contested proceedings. The law requires the court, in determining child custody, to determine what is in the best ...

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  • Custody Battle Caused by Child’s Disability
    Custody Battle Caused by Child’s Disability

    In 2004, Wife [W] and her three young children were in a terrible motor vehicle accident. The accident killed one child, and left another one with permanent brain damage [D]. She is in need of ...

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  • Facebook and the Use of Due Diligence to Find Parents
    Facebook and the Use of Due Diligence to Find Parents

    In July of 2001, Father’s [F] eldest three children were subjects of a dependency petition, but sadly, in September of 2002, family reunification services were terminated because of the parents’ ...

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  • When Methamphetamine Use Did Not Harm the Child
    When Methamphetamine Use Did Not Harm the Child

    Child [C] lived with her Uncle [U] and a friend of his [F]. U had full custody of C. In 2013, when C was three years old, the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services [Department] ...

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