How to Look Up Divorce Records in California

Hossein Berenji, Sep 23, 2021

California makes divorce records available to the public unless a divorce court has sealed the records. Any member of the public can access the papers of most divorce cases. To be sure, the information in your divorce case could include personal details. Under some circumstances, the parties can ask the court to redact these details […]

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Is My Ex-Spouse Allowed to Take Our Child Out of the Country?

Hossein Berenji, Sep 08, 2021

Divorces can be complex and emotional processes. Even the most amicable separations can grow contentious. This process becomes even more delicate when children are involved. When a court establishes a custody arrangement following a divorce, it may create specific rules for traveling internationally with the children. These rules may apply to long-term relocation and short […]

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What Options Do I Have When My Income for Child Support Purposes Includes Bonuses and Overtime?

Hossein Berenji, Sep 03, 2021

Determining how much someone pays for child support in Los Angeles, California, can be a complicated matter. For example, perhaps you’ve been ordered to pay child support to your ex. However, you may have your base pay, which is the pay you consistently earn, along with additional earnings. Is it fair for child support to […]

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The Different Types of Child Custody, Explained

Hossein Berenji, Aug 25, 2021

Ideally, you may have planned to stay with your spouse for life when marrying them. However, for very justifiable reasons, it can sometimes be necessary to end a marriage. In fact, approximately 50% of all American marriages end in divorce. If a couple getting a divorce has children together, they may both wish to have […]

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What is a Putative Spouse in a Divorce or Legal Separation in Los Angeles, CA?

Hossein Berenji, Aug 11, 2021

California does not recognize common-law marriages. Therefore, parties must be legally married or in a domestic partnership for a family court to have jurisdiction over their divorce or family law issue. If a couple separates after years of living together without being legally married, it is up to the couple to divide their debts and […]

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