What Factors Do Family Courts Use to Decide if a Parent is Unfit?
In most cases, the court prefers to award joint custody because children benefit from spending as much time with each parent as possible. When parents can work together to develop a parenting plan that benefits the entire family, the parents and the children are generally happier with the situation. However, what happens when one parent […]More
Divorcing A Narcissist: Tips, Tools, and What To Expect
Going through a divorce is never easy, even when the parties agree to an uncontested divorce. However, when your spouse is a narcissist, the divorce process can be even more traumatic. A narcissist does not like to lose. Therefore, it is in your best interest to work with an experienced divorce lawyer who knows what […]More
How Can I Prove Parental Alienation?
A parent may cause long-term harm to their child by manipulating or disrupting their relationship with their other parent. Children benefit from close, loving relationships with both parents. Absent abuse or another legitimate reason for restricting a parent’s access to their child, California courts prefer joint parenting plans that ensure both parents play active roles […]More
Gaslighting: How to Recognize Your Spouse’s Manipulative Behavior
Divorce can be a very difficult process for a person. However, someone who has been “gaslighted” by their spouse may experience additional challenges when seeking a divorce. They may be unsure of themselves and their reality, making it even more challenging to get out of a toxic marriage. What Does Gaslighting Mean? Gaslighting is a […]More
How to Get A Narcissist To Reveal Themselves
You know your spouse is a narcissist, but how do you convince a family court judge? Do you need to convince a family court judge? If you are concerned about property division or domestic support, you may not need to worry too much about getting a narcissistic spouse to reveal themselves. California is a community […]More