Coronavirus Update

In response to rapidly developing public announcements related to Coronavirus, Cage & Miles can support consults and cases remotely due to our cutting edge technology for all employees and our cloud based firm management system. Our people can work remotely on all facets of client cases. In the unfortunate event that one or more of our people are exposed to the virus, our clients’ work does not need to stop. All client files are uploaded, secured and safely backed up on the cloud. We have contingency plans in place at our two offices to see that correspondence from the court, case professionals, opposing counsel, and service providers gets uploaded to our clients’ secured cloud file so our people can work remotely. We are ready, willing and able to keep your case moving forward during these uncertain times. Please contact us if you have questions about how public announcements affect your case.

Blog Posts in August, 2015

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  • Custody of Frozen Embryos After Divorce
    Custody of Frozen Embryos After Divorce

    There are several cases pending in California courts that will soon decide a very modern problem for married couples: which member of a divorced couple gets control (or custody) of their previously ...

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  • Kelly Rutherford Custody Battle
    Kelly Rutherford Custody Battle

    International custody is a popular topic among the celebrity gossip magazines recently, focusing on the custody battle between United States citizen and actress Kelly Rutherford and her ex-husband, ...

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  • Ex Parte Hearings
    Ex Parte Hearings

    In an area of practice like family law , many of the issues are highly sensitive, making the experience very emotional and uncomfortable for the parties. Many new family law litigants wish to get ...

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  • Responding to a Divorce Petition
    Responding to a Divorce Petition

    Getting served with a Petition for Divorce is not a pleasant experience for anyone. Although you may have expected the Petition for some time, receiving and reading through the Petitioner’s requests ...

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