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Blog Posts in October, 2019

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  • Child Custody Conflict? How the Courts Look at It
    Child Custody Conflict? How the Courts Look at It

    Child custody is a very important issue. It doesn’t matter if you’re legally separating , filing for divorce , or you were never married to your child’s other parent, the issue of child custody and ...

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  • Understanding Why the Courts Prioritize the Primary Caregiver
    Understanding Why the Courts Prioritize the Primary Caregiver

    Understanding Why the Courts Prioritize the Primary Caregiver When a California judge determines child custody between divorcing spouses, they take many factors into account and heavily consider what ...

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  • Divorce: Can My Spouse Get Some of My Inheritance?
    Divorce: Can My Spouse Get Some of My Inheritance?

    Are you contemplating divorce , but at the same time you’re anticipating an inheritance in the near future? If so, you may be worried about your spouse getting their hands on your inheritance, and ...

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  • How the Military Divorce Process Differs from Civilian Divorce
    How the Military Divorce Process Differs from Civilian Divorce

    The U.S. military has staggering rules and regulations their service members must follow, and there are swift penalties for disobedience, including dishonorable discharge. When faced with an ...

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