Marin county family law Blog
Marin County Family Law Blog
Warren Major LLP provides this family law blog to help our clients and others better understand family law concerns associated with divorce, legal separation, marriage annulment, high asset divorce, divorce mediation, child custody, child support, spousal support, property division, collaborative divorce, paternity, pre and post nuptial agreements, restraining orders, parental alienation and more.
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If you are going through a divorce in California, you may be wondering if everything you owned with your spouse is community property. California is a community property
The hardest part of divorce for many people is the thought of losing time with their children. Many people stay in bad relationships to avoid splitting custody. Not
In California, during the pendency of a proceeding or in a judgment of dissolution or legal separation, the court may order a party to pay spousal support to
Financial Documents to Bring When Meeting with Your Divorce Attorney When you are getting divorced, both you and your spouse must disclose your complete financial information. This information
The best answer is that there is no easy way to co-parent with a narcissist. In fact, the best San Francisco / Marin County family law attorney and
Custody exchanges in the COVID-19 pandemic terrify many parents. You may be wondering: can I deny parenting due to Covid-19? Or, can my ex deny parenting time to
7 Tips for Winning Child Custody in Family Court In the state of California, any parent who files a motion to establish or modify child custody or visitation
When Child Visitation Schedules Change, So Can Your Support Payments A parent can retroactively get credit for child support payments they paid to an ex-spouse who no longer
COVID-19 – Guidelines for Parents Sharing Child Custody Sharing your children during even normal times is often stressful for divorced and separated parents. Under the current conditions created
Separating? How should you file taxes with your ex-spouse? If you are separating from your spouse and not yet divorced, how you file your Federal and State of
What Can You Do if Your Ex-Spouse Delays the Sale of Your House? | CA Law Often a house is the largest asset any couple will ever own
What Is the Child Support Exception for High-Income Earners? California’s statewide uniform guideline stipulates the amount of child support to be paid. This is based on each parent’s