A parent can lose his or her parental rights either voluntarily or involuntarily. However, voluntary termination of parental rights is more difficult to secure and is only possible under certain circumstances. The underlying reason for this is children’s constitutional right … ContinuedRead More
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Many California divorce attorneys refer to January as the beginning of “divorce season.” For many reasons, January typically sees a surge in divorce filings, sometimes as high as one-third more than the rest of the year. It is important to … ContinuedRead More
In California, the overall timeline for a divorce can last several months to several years depending on various factors. Asset valuation, particularly when it comes to divorcing couples with high net worth, is one of the most important of those … ContinuedRead More
In California, a spouse can receive a declaration of divorce without needing the cooperation – or even the knowledge – of the other spouse in certain situations. A default divorce is one in which the courts pass judgment on the … ContinuedRead More
You might come across the term “presumed parent” if, during a divorce case, one spouse contests the other’s parentage. Issues relating to presumed parenthood generally don’t arise in cases in which the couple married first and then had children. Unless … ContinuedRead More