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  • Divorce and the Presidential Office
    Divorce and the Presidential Office

    Nearly half of all marriages today end in divorce , but one small group of people have had remarkably stable marriages throughout history: United States Presidents. The President and First Lady have ...

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  • What to Bring to Your Divorce Consultation
    What to Bring to Your Divorce Consultation

    The first meeting you have with your divorce lawyer can also be the most informative. Typically, these initial meetings shouldn’t take longer than half an hour – since time is limited, you should ...

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  • Protecting Your Children During Your Divorce
    Protecting Your Children During Your Divorce

    The most sensitive and vulnerable members of a family are often the children – as a parent, you do everything in your power to protect their well-being. Breaking the news of a divorce , however, can ...

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  • Health Insurance Coverage as Form of Child Support
    Health Insurance Coverage as Form of Child Support

    As a form of additional child support , parents are often ordered to continue or begin providing health insurance coverage for their children. Under California Family Code section 4006, the court ...

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  • Who Keeps the Engagement Ring?
    Who Keeps the Engagement Ring?

    Engagements are a beautiful moment that couples in love will remember and cherish forever. Many couples that get engaged go on to plan a gorgeous wedding and celebrate many anniversaries for years to ...

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  • The Effect of Reconciliation on Divorce Proceedings
    The Effect of Reconciliation on Divorce Proceedings

    After signing and filing a Marital Settlement Agreement (MSA), it becomes the order of the court and to not uphold the terms of that agreement would be a violation of a court order. That being said, ...

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