Legal Articles, Divorce & Family Law

What if My Former Spouse Refuses to Pay Child Support?

If your spouse is falling behind in support and is in contempt of court-ordered child support, do not ignore the problem or engage in petty fighting.

California Limited Scope Representation

A brief introduction to the concept of Limited Scope Representation and how it could be used in cases in California state court.

Overview of the Divorce Process in California

An overview of the divorce process in California. Many people who file for a divorce do not finish their case because they either get overwhelmed by the process. However, many people make mistakes along the way and believe -- erroneously -- that their divorce is done when it actually isn't.

Overview of Community Property in a California Divorce

An overview of California Community Property law and some problems that can arise when you try to apply it in a California divorce.

How to Succeed with a Court Case

Many people struggle tremendously when they become involved in a court case. They lose sleep, make mistakes, and sometimes lose their case unnecessarily. In this article, I try to offer some examples of how a person can handle this struggle.

In Indiana You Can Adopt an Adult

There are many reasons you may want to adopt another adult. The reasons range from sentimental to practical.

Information Regarding Family and Criminal Law

Information regarding how our law firm can help you through your tough situation.

What is Considered Separate Property in a Divorce?

Separate property is property that one spouse obtained prior to the marriage or after the separation date for the marriage. But, it also includes: (see article)

Here's How to Find out If Your Spouse Is Hiding Money During a Divorce

Ultimately, securing your future is important for each of you, and being fair in the sharing of assets leads to a short and clean separation.

Divorced Parents New Restrictions To Relocation Within the State of New Jersey

New developments for divorced parents who want to move to other locations within the State of New Jersey, or the non-custodial parents who oppose the move. The impact of an intra-state move on parenting time.

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