Family law


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Feb 2010

Divorce Nullity Separation

Murrieta Divorce Attorney When you find yourself in the difficult situation of needing to end a marriage you have several options. The most obvious is divorce, but other options include annulment and legal separation. Divorce: Divorce is the pre-mature ending of a marriage, or the ending of a marriage before the death of either spouse. There are several different types of divorce: No Fault Divorce...


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Feb 2010

Pre/Post Nuptial Agreements

  The last thing you want to think about while planning your wedding, is ending it. But United States divorce statistics cannot be ignored ­ almost half of all marriages end in divorce. By obtaining a prenuptial agreement, you can protect yourself, your assets and your children/family. You can also save yourself the monumental stress of divorce litigations, if and when the marriage does come...


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Feb 2010

Division of Property

Division of Property Lawyers At the end of a marriage, the couple is left with an array of items and property that has been acquired during the marriage. At the end of the marriage, obviously, the items cannot be split in two, so they must be divided between the two spouses. There are three steps that determine how property is divided after a divorce: 1....


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Feb 2010

Visitation Rights

Murrieta Visitation Lawyer In the case of a legal separation or divorce where children are involved, a child custody order must take place to determine the custody rights to the children by either or both parents. Once child custody issues are settled, child visitation rights must be granted to the parent who is considered “non-custodial”, meaning the parent who didn’t receive custody rights. The non-custodial...


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Feb 2010

Adoptions

Riverside Adoption Lawyers Adoption is the legal process of creating a new parent-child relationship. Adoption grants the adoptive parents all of the legal rights and responsibilities to the child being adopted. The adopted child gains all social, emotional and legal rights as a blood born family member. Prior to the adoptive parents assuming full legal rights to the child, the court must determine that the...


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Feb 2010

Conservatorship Attorneys

Riverside Conservatorship Attorneys A conservator is a person who is appointed by the court to oversee all financial and personal affairs of an adult who has been deemed incapable of managing their own affairs. Two types of conservators exist: Conservator of Estate: This type of conservator provides supervision of the financial affairs of an adult who cannot manage their own affairs regarding their property. It...


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Feb 2010

Guardianship

Riverside Guardianship Attorneys Guardianship is granted by the court; a judge gives someone who is not a parent either the custody of a child or the power to manage the child’s estate or both. Guardians can be relatives, friends of the family or any other adult. Parents have the right to name a guardian for their child. This is usually included in a will or...


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Feb 2010

Estate Planning

Upland Estate Plannig Attorneys Planning your estate includes figuring out and determining: How your assets will be managed for your benefit if you are unable to do so When certain assets will be transferred to others ­ either during your lifetime, at the time of your death or after your death. To whom you will leave your assets to Your own welfare and needs Your...


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Feb 2010

Child Custody

Murrieta Child Custody Attorney In the event of a legal separation or marital divorce, if a child/children exist between the couple, then custody and visitation of the children is to be determined by the courts either during or after the time of the legal proceedings regarding the separation or divorce. Courts determine child custody and visitation by considering the safety and welfare of the child...


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Feb 2010

Paternity Actions

Riverside Paternity Actions Attorney California law determines the father of the child to be the husband in a married couple situation. If the parents are registered domestic partners when the child is born, they are both considered to be the parents of the child, according to California law. The domestic partnership parentage law was put into effect in January of 2005, so is relatively new....



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