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The Difference Between Annulment and Divorce

The Difference Between Annulment and Divorce

Divorce and annulment are two ways of ending a marriage, but they differ significantly. Divorce ends a valid marriage, while an annulment declares the marriage null and void from its inception. Both have their legal implications, and it's essential to understand the...

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Grandparents play an important role in their grandchildren’s lives, offering love, wisdom, and support. However, circumstances that limit a grandparent’s ability to see their grandchild can sometimes arise. If you find yourself in this situation, it’s essential to understand your legal options for pursuing visitation rights. This blog will cover the common reasons for limiting […]

Child support can be a contentious topic between divorced or separated parents, and it’s not uncommon for one parent to feel like they’re paying too much. If you’re in this situation, you might be wondering if any legal options are available to you.

Child support can be a contentious topic between divorced or separated parents, and it’s not uncommon for one parent to feel like they’re paying too much. If you’re in this situation, you might be wondering if any legal options are available to you.

The divorce process can be a complex and emotional journey, especially in California, where the laws and procedures can be overwhelming for those going through it. In this blog, we will provide a step-by-step guide to understanding the divorce process in California.

Aside from the sensitivities of making sure your law firm is queer-friendly, there are also some fundamental differences in dealing with LGBTQ+ family law, both in terms of the law itself and the situations rainbow families are more likely to find themselves in. Here is a quick tour of 3 differences that may apply to you and your family.

Same sex parents have the same child custody and parental rights as hetero partners; however, establishing paternity can sometimes include unique challenges. Here’s what that looks like in California.