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Category Archives: Blog

Five Important Steps To Take When Preparing For Divorce in Los Angeles, California

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At the Land Legal Group, our Los Angeles, California divorce attorney knows how difficult ending your marriage can be. Preparing for a divorce can be even more stressful, but may be a necessary component for those who do not have a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement in place. There is a lot to consider when… Read More »

How Can I Keep My Business From Becoming Shared Property After I Marry In Los Angeles, California?

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Marriage is an all-encompassing agreement. One that requires both parties to be on the same page about their commitment, future wants and needs, and certainly — their finances. As millennials begin pushing prenuptial agreements to the forefront of their marriages in record numbers, the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers conducted a survey where 78% of… Read More »

Unmarried Parents And Child Custody: Who Gets The Kids After A Non-Marital Split?

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At the Land Legal Group, our Los Angeles, California family law attorney fully understands the complex landscape of unmarried parents enduring a separation or relationship-ending split when they share children. With long-term declines in the marriage rate, and increases in births outside of marriage, there has been a substantial uptick in U.S. children living… Read More »

Is An Ex Parte Right For My Case?

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A lot of people ask me about getting in front of the judge as quick as possible for their legal issue. This is especially prevalent in custody cases. Depending on the judge who your case is assigned to it would make more or less sense to file for emergency orders. In California litigants may… Read More »

The Social Worker’s Investigation – What to do?

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In many highly litigious family law cases involving custody you may inevitably be visited by a Department of Children and Family Services social worker who has the task of investigating your family for some sort of abuse or neglect. Of course there does not need to be a family law matter for a DCFS… Read More »

Can You Drug Test the Opposing Party?

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It seems like every other call I get has some sort of relationship to drugs and/or drug abuse by the opposing party. Dealing with allegations of drug abuse is a significant part of my dependency court practice however it is also very prevalent in my family law practice as well. I am asked frequently if… Read More »

How Important is the Judge in my Case? Can I Change the Judge?

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I’m often asked how important the Judicial Officer is in a Family Law or Dependency Law proceeding. It could be the most important non-factual part of your case. In a Family Law case you are given an assignment of which Judicial Officer will hear your matter when you first file. Under the California Code… Read More »

Visitation Rights of Non-Parents

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Even if you aren’t a parent of a minor, you may be able to petition the court for visitation of the minor. One example of this falls under California Family Code Section 3102(a), which gives a non-parent the right to visit if one natural parent of the child is deceased. If either parent of… Read More »

Five Important Questions to Ask Yourself Before Filing for Divorce

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Many of the calls I receive from prospective clients from people who are considering a divorce or legal separation but haven’t yet made up their mind.  If this resonates with you, consider asking yourself the following questions before filing: 1. Do you still love your spouse? If a client is unsure about whether to… Read More »

Domestic Violence and Child Custody

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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND CHILD CUSTODY If you have been a victim of domestic violence by your spouse, mother, or father of your children and you want to seek full custody, Family Code Section 3044 applies. §3044 Presumption against persons perpetrating domestic violence (a)    Upon a finding by the court that a party seeking custody… Read More »

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