We finally have a clear statement from a California Court of Appeal instructing parents to not interfere with the other’s custodial time with the children. The Court also clearly stated
Bankruptcy and divorce are very common yet unfortunate events especially during this recession. Although common, very specific and important implications occur when bankruptcy and divorce occur at the same time.
Health care and health insurance are very hot issues from many different perspectives. Two of the biggest concerns for most people are the cost of insurance and the ability to
Tax season is over, so it is now time for all child and spousal support orders to be reviewed. In every case in which a Judgment has been entered and
The McCourt divorce was in the news this week, this time concerning the issue of spousal support. The monthly spousal support sought by Jamie McCourt is nearly $1,000,000 per month.
With the current economic crisis, foreclosures have become commonplace. That is why, in 2007, the Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act was enacted. This Act generally allows homeowners who have up
California is facing a financial crisis, which is resulting in court closures around the state and massive layoffs of court employees. Although Family Law courts are likely the busiest courtrooms,
Parental Alienation, also known as targeting parenting, is often a significant issue in a parenting dispute. The parent who is being alienated, or targeted, must take swift legal action to
Domestic Violence is broadly defined by Family Code section 6320 and a family law court can restrain and enjoin a person from “molesting, attacking, striking, stalking, threatening, sexually assaulting, battering,
On January 1, 2010, a new California statute became law. Family Code section 308 has been amended to state that California will recognize same sex marriages lawfully entered into outside