PROVINZIANO BLOG

PROVINZIANO BLOG

CALIFORNIA ALLOWS 3 PARENTS

Change in Family Code Means Children Can Legally Have Three Parents By: Alphonse F. Provinziano, Esq. A new development in family law this last year is the introduction of Family Code section 3040, signed into law by SB 274. This new law states that a...

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Registering an Out-of-State Custody Order in California

By: Alphonse F. Provinziano, Esq.   We have had a number of clients come to the firm when something happens with their child’s other parent is not playing by the rules.  They realize that they need to enforce a custody order that was made before they moved to...

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How to Prepare for a Child Custody Move Away Case

By: Alphonse F. Provinziano, Esq.   Move away cases involving child custody matters are the most challenging cases faced by family law attorneys and judges. The amount of preparation required by the parents prior to the case being presented in court can be...

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If I Quit My Job, Do I Still Have to Pay Alimony?

By: Baruch Kreiman, Esq.   No one likes paying alimony to their ex. Sometimes it’s warranted and understandable, but paying support to an ex-spouse is never enjoyable. And sometimes the spousal support payment ordered—especially temporary spousal support—can be...

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