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How to fight for full custody as a California parent

In most situations, a child benefits from having a relationship with both of their parents. However, there can be times when one parent is not in the position to be a positive influence or a consistent figure in the child's life. If you believe that the other parent of your child is causing your child more harm than good, you may want to take action to fight for full custody.

Child custody as a military parent in California

If you are a parent and a member of the military, you may find it difficult to balance your military life and your family life. It can already be difficult to explain the realities of military life to your children in a way that they can understand. If you are now facing a divorce, it is possible that your future relationship with your children is something that is also on your mind.

Property rights as an unmarried couple

If you are living with your partner but you are not married, you may wonder how the property will be set divided in a situation where your relationship ends. Marriages offer a certain degree of security when it comes to the way in which marital assets are divided, but an unmarried couple may face a greater degree of confusion when going through their separation.

Dealing with modifications after a divorce

When a divorce is finalized, most people feel a sense of relief knowing that the logistical processes surrounding their separation are finally complete. They may be surprised, therefore, if their ex-spouse takes action to try and modify some part of the divorce agreement a few months down the line.