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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. Please click here for more resources.

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  • Mediation vs. Litigation – Which Is Right for Your Case?
    Mediation vs. Litigation – Which Is Right for Your Case?

    When seeking a divorce, there are generally 2 options available to you: mediation and litigation. Mediation is an informal process that allows you to work with your spouse to reach creative solutions. ...

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  • What You Need to Know About Modifying Child Support
    What You Need to Know About Modifying Child Support

    Child support orders are official and final. This means both parties must abide by the terms in the order, or face penalties. If a child support order is putting undue financial strain on one parent, ...

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  • Are Military Divorces Handled Differently?
    Are Military Divorces Handled Differently?

    While a military divorce will ultimately dissolve a marriage just like any other divorce, there are additional legal matters involved that can complicate the situation. In California, military ...

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  • When Is My Divorce Final?
    When Is My Divorce Final?

    When spouses begin the process of divorce, generally one of the first things they might be wondering is when it will all be over. After all, divorce is not exactly a walk in the park. It is an ...

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  • Substance Abuse Evaluations in Family Law
    Substance Abuse Evaluations in Family Law

    Overview of Child custody and Visitation Whenever a family law court makes a decision in a divorce or family law case that involves child custody , the decision must reflect and uphold the child’s ...

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  • Social Media & Divorce: Why They Don't Mix
    Social Media & Divorce: Why They Don't Mix

    Social media is a major part of our lives nowadays, encouraging us all to share every aspect of our lives in a forum that provides minimal protection from prying eyes. Every day, millions of people ...

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