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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.

Beware: Child Support Arrears Can Impact Your New Marriage

In the United States, a significant number of first marriages end in divorce. Unfortunately, the...

Can I Date During a California Divorce?

If you’re going through divorce proceedings and you’re thinking a little or a lot about taking a...

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...

Can Mothers Seek Child Support Without Establishing Paternity?

Are you an unmarried mother who wants to know if you can get the court to issue a child support...

Can Grandparents Seek Custody in California?

Grandparents' rights in California

Are you a grandparent who wants to know if you can go to court...

Common Reasons for Child Custody Modifications

When parents first get divorced, they can be somewhat overwhelmed or daunted by the process....

Does Child Support Come Out of Workers’ Compensation?

Workers’ compensation benefits are paid to workers who were injured in a work-related accident or...

Does Adultery Impact Child Custody in California?

Adultery impacts countless relationships and, in many cases, can be a sign that divorce is...

How Do Parents Handle Custody During the Holidays?

For happily married parents, the holidays are usually a joyous time of year, but for recently...

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

Understanding Why the Courts Prioritize the Primary Caregiver

When a California judge determines child custody between divorcing spouses, they take many factors...

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...