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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.

Blog Posts in January, 2018

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  • Step-Parent Visitation Rights
    Step-Parent Visitation Rights

    Step Parents Rights in California In California, courts may grant visitation rights to a stepparent if they determine that such visitations are in the child’s best interests. (Fam. C. § 3101.) ...

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  • Setting Aside Judgments
    Setting Aside Judgments

    In family law, it is common for spouses to come to an agreement about the issues in their divorce case, such as child custody, spousal support, and property division. Other times, when spouses cannot ...

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  • Should I Ask for Joint or Sole Legal Custody?
    Should I Ask for Joint or Sole Legal Custody?

    What is legal custody? In California, “legal custody” refers to a parent’s ability to make important decisions on behalf of the children, such as those regarding the children’s health, education, and ...

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  • Is it Time to Get a Divorce?
    Is it Time to Get a Divorce?

    Sometimes, marriage can be one of the most difficult aspects of your life. When the difficulty of marriage outweighs the benefits of staying together, it may be time to consider at least a separation, ...

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  • When is an Annulment Possible in California?
    When is an Annulment Possible in California?

    When divorce is not enough, annulment is an option. While divorce acknowledges a marriage once took place though is no longer valid, an annulment erases the marriage from existence entirely. Despite ...

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