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Supervised Visitation FAQs

Supervised Visitation FAQs What is Supervised Visitation? The public policy of the State of California is to protect the best interests of children whose parents have a custody or visitation case within the family courts. Custodial stability, continuity, and a loving parent-child relationship have been classified as the most important criteria for determining a child’s … Read More

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Child Custody Guide for Dads

California family law judges try to ensure that the decisions they make are in the best interest of the children involved. In the absence of concerns such as abuse or substance use issues, when awarding full custody to one parent is best, this often means maintaining contact and relationships with both parents. A Father’s Guide … Read More

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How to Win a Move Away Case – A Step-By-Step Guide

How to Win a Move Away Case in California A move-away case is essentially a child custody proceeding where one parent wishes to change the child’s primary residence to a distant location such that the non-moving party’s time with the child will be significantly reduced. Move away cases are the most challenging cases faced by … Read More

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Child Custody for Working Parents in California

Can My Work Schedule Impact Child Custody? Determining what child custody arrangement is best for your family can be difficult. One common issue is child custody for working parents. This can be true whether the work schedule(s) involved are traditional (i.e. Monday-Friday) or non-traditional (i.e. night work or weekend shifts). Can I Lose Child Custody … Read More

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9 Child Custody Hearing Tips, Traps, & Tricks

Navigating a child custody hearing is one of the most intimidating things a parent can go through. Family court judges are often overburdened with an outrageous caseload, and an insufficient court staff, and no matter what decision the family court judge makes, one of the parties is generally unhappy (to put it mildly). With all … Read More

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