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  • Domestic Violence & Divorce
    Domestic Violence & Divorce

    When Family Law Meets Criminal Law Divorce cases are often complex and emotionally driven due to anger, sadness, frustration and the fear of the unknown. But divorce can be even more complex when one ...

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  • Restraining Orders in CA: Temporary vs. Permanent
    Restraining Orders in CA: Temporary vs. Permanent

    A restraining order is used by domestic violence victims to protect themselves from further harm. If such an order is violated, victims are allowed to contact law enforcement and have the abuser ...

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  • Protective Orders
    Protective Orders

    What is a protective order? During the course of a divorce case, it is common to perform legal investigation, which is also known as the “discovery” process. Discovery requests include document ...

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  • Responding to a Restraining Order
    Responding to a Restraining Order

    Restraining Orders are not issued absent ugly accusations. When a party files for a restraining order, part of the process requires they describe to the court why they believe a Restraining Order is ...

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