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Where to get help with child custody and other family law issues

Even the strongest of families in California and throughout the nation sometimes face difficult challenges in life. Often, problem situations involve some aspect of family law, such as divorce, child custody or other related issues. A person can feel alone and overwhelmed if he or she does not know where to turn for support in times of need.

Discarding adoption myths can let you hold your own baby soon

Although you undoubtedly made your decision to adopt a child with careful consideration and with full understanding of the legal, financial and emotional commitment it will require, well-meant advice from others may be overwhelming. Many myths exist about adoption, and separating those from facts and focusing on the latter can ease the adoption process.

Foster parents battle Native Americans in a family law dispute

Many California families include fostered or adopted children. In fact, many foster parents become legal guardians or adoptive parents of their foster children. A current situation in another state has erupted into a contentious family law battle over a child of Native American heritage.

Family law resources for California parents who divorce

Forging an amicable parenting alliance after divorce is often quite challenging. Many in California choose to co-parent, yet they find it difficult to create an agreeable plan. Relationship issues and communication breakdowns may make for a stressful experience, prompting a concerned parent to seek family law assistance if a particular problem is not able to be resolved.

DeAndre Jordan rejoices in family law victory

NBA superstar Deandre Jordan has been engaged in an ongoing child custody battle with the mother of his 1-year-old son. A recent development in the case has caught the attention of basketball fans across the nation. Jordan reportedly obtained a small family law victory in a California court regarding visits with his child.

Celebrities and Stepparent Adoption

A little celebrity gossip for the weekend: Jamie Foxx and Katie Holmes have been in the tabloid news quite a bit lately, and it's not due to their professional acting careers. It's their personal lives that are drawing interest. There's much speculation that the alleged couple could be looking at co-parenting Katie's daughter Suri, and may be seeking a permanent arrangement by having Jamie file to adopt Katie's daughter.

Children's extra curricular activities may pose family law issues

California, like every other state, has its own guidelines and regulations concerning child support issues. When parents divorce, the court has the ultimate say in whether either party will be ordered to pay child support, as well as the amount and time schedule of such payments. In an interesting development in another state, it appears that having a child who may be an overachiever can cause unexpected family law issues for divorcing parents.

Working Together on a Parenting Plan

You may have noticed that there's a lot of talk about cooperation and negotiation when you are going through a divorce. You hear it from lawyers, mediators, judges, teachers, family members, and well-meaning friends who have been there. It probably feels pretty contradictory right now, doesn't it? You may be thinking "If we were able to cooperate, we wouldn't be getting a divorce." Your frustration is understandable. Unfortunately, it doesn't change the fact that negotiating and cooperating with one another is the most effective way to get through your divorce. This is especially true when there are children involved.

Addressing family law issues in California

Many people in California often have need of experienced guidance when it comes to various types of family-related situations. Whether planning to adopt a child, craft a prenuptial agreement or execute a thorough estate plan, obtaining positive results is often made easier by acting alongside a skilled representative. When considering any sort of legal action, it is advisable to seek clarification of the laws that govern a particular matter and discuss the details of an individual family law situation in order to determine how best to proceed to bring immediate and long-term plans to fruition.

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