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Cage & Miles Family Law Blog

Your go-to resource for the latest news, tips and insights in family law, divorce, trusts and estate planning, child custody and support, and bankruptcy.

California Bankruptcy Exemptions: What You Need to Know

If you are struggling with debt, filing a petition for bankruptcy may be the answer. However, not...

What Happens When Divorced Parents Disagree on the COVID-19 Vaccine

For parents sharing legal custody of their children, whether to vaccinate their children against...

Executor of a Will: What are Their Responsibilities?

Congratulations! You have been named the executor of a will. But what is an executor? What do you...

Revocable vs. Irrevocable Trusts: How to Choose What’s Right for You

Individuals and families planning their estates have many vehicles from which to choose. Most...

Know Your Rights: Guardianship in California FAQs Answered

Guardianship in California is the process by which the court appoints someone other than a child’s...

Ask a Lawyer: How Far Can a Parent Move with Joint Custody?

If you share a child or children with a former spouse or have current custody orders, moving is not...

How to Select a Riverside Family Law Attorney

When it comes to family law, finding the best attorney to handle your unique situation is a must....

What to Look for in a Temecula Divorce Attorney

Once you have made the difficult decision to seek a divorce, you are likely to find the divorce...

Military Divorce Process: Your Step-by-Step Guide

Military divorce has different legal requirements than civilian divorce. Use this step-by-step...

Your Step-by-Step Guide to Filing for Divorce in California

If you have decided to file for divorce, Cage & Miles, LLP’s experienced attorneys can assist you...

Thinking About Divorcing an Alcoholic? Here's What You Need to Know

Cage & Miles emphasizes that your safety is the highest priority. If you or your family is...

Marital Settlement Agreement: What You Need to Know

A marital settlement agreement is a written agreement between the two parties in a divorce that...