Newly divorced or separated couples with children may experience significant learning curves as first-time single parents. There are many things parents must re-learn without help from their co-parents, such as grocery shopping and meal times. Luckily, there are ways to … ContinuedRead More
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Most legally separated couples want to live in different residences, but this isn’t always possible or practical, especially when the marriage involves small children. For various reasons, many couples continue living under the same roof while legally separated. This situation … ContinuedRead More
In a California divorce case, there is a petitioner and a respondent. The petitioner is the party who files for the divorce, and the respondent is the party who receives the petition and must respond. If you’re considering a divorce, … ContinuedRead More
If your divorce case involves minor children, you may encounter the phrase “parallel parenting” somewhere along the way. Parallel parenting is a parental responsibility arrangement (previously called “custody agreement”) in which divorced parents co-parent by disengaging from each other and … ContinuedRead More
Divorce is a notoriously tedious, complex, and lengthy process. Even “simple” divorces with no children or high-value assets involved must deal with the red tape of the family court process. Marital dissolutions often take much longer than the parties involved … ContinuedRead More