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How Children’s Preferences Affect California Child Custody Cases

In California, child custody and visitation arrangements are decided by a family court judge. In the decision process, the child’s preference to spend more time with one parent or the Read More

What Are the Rules for Adopting a Relative in California?

People adopt their relatives for a variety of reasons. A child might have been orphaned. Or the child’s natural parents might be imprisoned, institutionalized or incapable of properly raising the Read More

Dividing Retirement Benefits in a California Divorce

Dividing retirement benefits in a California divorce can be complex. Under state law, retirement assets accumulated during the course of the marriage are considered community property and subject to distribution Read More

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