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  • Trapped With Nowhere To Go
    Trapped With Nowhere To Go

    You and your child(ren) are ordered to remain in your home, trapped, but your home is not safe. This is the reality many people, including San Diegans, are facing after California Governor Newsom’s ...

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  • How the Courts View Joint Physical Custody
    How the Courts View Joint Physical Custody

    In the 1990s and before that, the mothers almost always got physical custody of their children in a divorce and the fathers were the ones to pay child support. Even in the 2000s that was the norm, but ...

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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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  • Child Custody in California: Best Interests of the Child Standard
    Child Custody in California: Best Interests of the Child Standard

    Gone are the days when the family courts automatically assumed the mother should get the children in a divorce . In the past 15 years, family courts across the country have made sweeping changes to ...

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  • Domestic Violence, Divorce & Child Custody in San Diego
    Domestic Violence, Divorce & Child Custody in San Diego

    Domestic violence , such as spousal abuse and child abuse impacts all types of marriages and families. Contrary to popular belief, domestic violence is not something that only affects people who are ...

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