California Contested Divorces: Learn How Long They Take and What is Involved

The “perfect” divorce is an uncontested one in which both parties agree about the separation and can work together to determine property division, spousal support, child custody, child support, and other essential parts of the divorce. These types of divorces take an average of about six months in California. On the other hand, a divorce... read more →

Posted on: December 22, 2020

Get Answers to Some of the Most Common Questions About Child Support

One of the hardest parts of settling a divorce is agreeing on child custody and child support. It is normal to have questions about the process and to not be sure what is in store for you. The best way to get answers to your specific questions is to request a free consultation with a... read more →

Posted on: December 16, 2020

Learn About the Five Types of Spousal Support Available in California

When people think of spousal support (aka alimony), they often think of just one type of support. The truth is that there are several different types. Spousal support is payments made from one person to another after a divorce, and it is designed to help the person who was not the income-source during the marriage... read more →

Posted on: December 10, 2020

Learn How to Create a Custody Schedule That Covers the Major Holidays

There are many challenging factors about creating a child custody plan that both parties can agree with. One of the most challenging things about it is agreeing on a schedule for the holidays. Keep reading to get tips from an experienced family law attorney. If you would like to schedule a consultation, call at right... read more →

Posted on: November 24, 2020

Discover What Can and Cannot Be Covered in a Prenuptial Agreement in California

Prenuptial agreements are far from unusual yet many couples are not clear on what they can and cannot cover until they go through the process. The prenuptial agreement is designed to outline how assets will be split if the couple divorces. However, there are limits to them. Keep reading to get the facts and then... read more →

Posted on: November 18, 2020

Are You Surprised to Learn That Divorce Rates Are Dropping? Get the Latest Statistics

While most people are under the impression that divorce rates have been soaring in recent decades, the truth is that they are actually dropping – but so is the rate of marriage. Keep reading to read some interesting statistics. If you are thinking of divorcing, you can contact at now for a confidential consultation. The... read more →

Posted on: November 12, 2020

Learn the Basics of Negotiating a Visitation Schedule for Your Children

If you are separating from your co-parent and must come up with a child custody schedule, there is no question that this can be a difficult process. Ideally, you will work with a family law attorney who can make sure that your rights are not violated. You can contact at to set up a consultation.... read more →

Posted on: October 21, 2020

Ask a Family Law Attorney: How Do I Adopt My Stepchild in California?

The process of adopting a child can be long, confusing, and frustrating, even when the adopter is a stepparent of the child. However, if you work with the right family law attorney, it can be a relatively straightforward process. Keep reading to learn about the steps or contact at to talk to an attorney who... read more →

Posted on: October 14, 2020

Will the California Courts Allow for a Child Support Reduction During COVID-19?

If you have lost your job or your finances have otherwise been negatively impacted by COVID-19, you might wonder: can I change the amount of my child support? The answer is that it depends. Keep reading to get the facts and contact at if you need to hire a family law attorney for help. You... read more →

Posted on: October 7, 2020

Should You Get a Divorce? Learn About Common Issues That Lead People to File

It is a rare couple that goes into a marriage and knows they will someday get divorced, yet about half of marriages will end in divorce. If you are considering divorce, no one but you can decide if it is the right decision to make. At we have seen many people in your position and... read more →

Posted on: August 19, 2020