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How Is Paternity Established?
How Is Paternity Established?

Only in the rarest of cases do courts need to determine who the mother of a child is; nine months of pregnancy and hours of labor leading to the child’s birth tends to be a pretty strong indicator. Paternity, on the other hand, can be much trickier to establish, especially ...

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Blog posts in Child Support

  • What Are Child Support Add-Ons?

    Determining child support can be a contentious part of any divorce, but for the most part, calculating them is a fairly straightforward process. They ...

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  • Who Decides My Child Support?

    In any type of family law case – and especially in those involving divorce – a great deal of attention is given to children. You may wonder how and ...

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  • Nearly Twenty Years of Experience to Support Your Case

    When it comes to finding a lawyer for anything, it can often be overwhelming trying to decipher who is the best choice for you. A countless number of ...

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  • How a Family Law Specialist Can Help You

    Consider the following scenario. You and your spouse have realized that your marriage no longer makes either of you happy. Whether amicably or through ...

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  • Businesses Minimally Affected by Paid Leave in California

    Recent research shows that paid family leave does not negatively affect the workforce or businesses. With the current political debates going on, the ...

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  • Divorce and Bankruptcy

    In most cases, divorces can be as taxing for your finances as they are for your emotions. It can be expensive to hire mediators and litigators, ...

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  • Helping Children Cope with Divorce

    Divorce can be a stressful and scary time for children. Not only do they need to cope with the separation of their parents but they also need to ...

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  • Divorce with Children: 5 Helpful Tips

    Divorce can be a difficult and emotional process. When children are involved, it can become even more challenging. By making your children a priority, ...

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  • What Rights Do I Have If I Am A Registered Domestic Partner?

    Pursuant to section 297.5 of the California Family Code, persons who are registered as a domestic partner shall have the same rights, protections, ...

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