Based on our years of experience, our Los Angeles divorce and family law attorneys have developed a list of things you should avoid in order to obtain a favorable outcome in your California child custody case. #ChildCustody #Divorce #FamilyLaw #LosAngeles
Mistakes that Can Hurt Your California Child Custody Case | Furman & Zavatsky
Los Angeles divorce and family law lawyers provide a list of mistakes that can hurt the outcome of your child custody case in a California courtroom.
If you’re currently going through the divorce process in California and have credible concerns your child could be at risk of harm while they spending time with your spouse, you have options. #Divorce #FamilyLaw #LosAngeles #ChildCustody
Can I Prevent My Spouse from Seeing Our Kids During Divorce in California?
Los Angeles divorce lawyers explain how you might be able to prevent your spouse of seeing the children during a California divorce if they aren't saf...
Since California is a no-fault divorce state, unless you need the family court judge to resolve issues you were unable to reach an agreement with your spouse, you won’t need to appear in court. #Divorce #FamilyLaw #California #LosAngeles
Do I Have to Appear in Court for My California Divorce? | Furman & Zavatsky
Los Angeles family law attorneys explain that you are not legally required to appear in court for a divorce in California and could avoid any appearan...
If you were ordered to pay child support and haven’t paid, or only partially made payments, you will be considered to have “child support arrears,” which is also commonly known as “back child support.” #ChildSupport #Divorce #LosAngeles #California
Child Support Arrears in California | Los Angeles Family Law Lawyer
Los Angeles divorce and family law attorneys explain child support arrears in California, including wage garnishment and how to modify back child supp...
Los Angeles courts can prohibit someone from contacting you during a divorce, but you will need to apply for a restraining order. #RestrainingOrder #Divorce #FamilyLaw #LosAngeles #California
How Can I File for a Restraining Order in Los Angeles? | Furman & Zavatsky
Los Angeles divorce and family law attorneys explain how to file for a restraining order in California and different types of domestic violence orders...
Every California divorce is unique, but there are many general steps most spouses can take to prepare that will make the process easier. Learn more. #Divorce #FamilyLaw #LosAngeles #California
Preparing to File for Divorce in California Checklist | Furman & Zavatsky
Los Angeles divorce lawyers provide a useful checklist as you start to prepare for a divorce in California, financial paperwork and child custody agre...
There are situations where a change in circumstances occurs and the court ordered spousal or child support award is no longer adequate. In California, you can seek a modification. Learn more. #ChildSupport #SpousalSupport #California #LosAngeles
Modify Spousal or Child Support After a California Divorce | Furman & Zavatsky
Los Angeles divorce and family law attorneys explain how a former spouses can seek to modify spousal or child support order after a California divorce...
A divorce will typically impact your finances in a many different ways , but with strategic planning, you can rebuild your finances after the divorce is finalized. #Divorce #FamilyLaw #California #LosAngeles
Steps to Rebuild Your Finances After a California Divorce | Furman & Zavatsky
Los Angeles family law lawyers review the steps and tips to rebuild your finances after divorce and how to plan for your future and recover financiall...
For different reasons, there might come a time when a parent’s rights are terminated under California law. This means the parent is no longer considered the child’s legal parent. #FamilyLaw #Divorce #ParentalRights #California
Terminating Parental Rights in California | Furman & Zavatsky
Los Angeles divorce lawyers explain the termination of parental rights under California law, including the reasons considered by family court, reinsta...
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In California, as in many jurisdictions, courts are supposed to make judgments based on a legal standard called the “best interest of the child.” #FamilyLaw #ChildCustody #Divorce #LosAngeles #California
What Does Best Interest of the Child Mean in California?
Los Angeles family law attorney explains the term "best interest of the child," a crucial factor judge's use in California courts to decide child cust...
The 730 evaluation is essentially a study of the family members and their relationship. The primary intent is to restructure parental rights and responsibilities with their children. #ChildCustody #FamilyLaw #Divorce #California
The 730 Child Custody Evaluation in California | Divorce Lawyers
Los Angeles divorce attorneys explain the 730 child custody evaluation in California, a study of the family members to determine child's best interest...
Any parent who is requesting full child custody in California has to be prepared to submit convincing evidence to the family court. #ChildCustody #FamilyLaw #DivorceAttorney #LosAngeles #California
How to Get Full Child Custody in California | Furman & Zavatsky
Los Angeles divorce and family law attorneys explain how to get full child custody in California, which requires convincing evidence to the family cou...