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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.

Are the San Diego Courts Open Yet?

Since the COVID-19 pandemic was declared a national emergency in the middle of March, courts across...

Make Sure Your Health Care Wishes Are Protected During COVID-19

Estate planning is like frequent hand-washing: something that was always important but something...

You’re Losing Your Job Due to COVID-19: What’s Next?

Since March, life has thrown a lot of people curveballs – so much that even big retailers and...

What’s Happening with the San Diego County Courts?

Officially, the San Diego County Courts have been closed to the public until April 30, 2020. During...

Help! I’ve lost my job due to COVID-19 and cannot pay support but the Courts are closed! What do I do?

With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to gloom over the globe, the economy has gravely suffered and...

Employee Paid Leave Rights Under Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Have you been directed to quarantine because you tested positive for the novel coronavirus...

Withdrawals and Loans from Retirement Plans During COVID-19

On March 27, 2020, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (“CARES”) Act was signed into...

Trapped With Nowhere To Go

You and your child(ren) are ordered to remain in your home, trapped, but your home is not safe.

Child Custody & Visitation During the Coronavirus

Many are wondering if and how custody and visitation orders are being affected during the COVID-19...

Will COVID-19 Lead to a Surge in Divorces?

The novel coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) has couples self-isolating in lockdown, spending...

Being Behind on Child Support May Affect Your Eligibility to Receive Your Stimulus Check

Congress passed the economic relief package, which gives Americans an extra $1,200 in their pocket...

San Diego Superior Court Suspension

On March 18, 2020, the presiding judge of the San Diego Superior Court issued an order suspending...