Ask a California Attorney: Can I Request Alimony During a Legal Separation?

If you and your spouse get a legal separation, there will be many of the benefits of a divorce. This legal separation does create a legal independence but it does not grant all the rights of divorce. Many people considering a legal separation wonder if they will be required to pay, or will be eligible […] read more →

Posted on: June 19, 2019

California Prenuptial Agreements: Learn What’s Allowed and What Isn’t

Any person who gets married in California and has large assets, business interests, investments, or other wealth, is wise to think about whether or not a prenuptial agreement is the right choice for them. At we can go over your assets to determine the right way forward. Call us at to get started, but in […] read more →

Posted on: June 13, 2019

Three Reasons Couples Choose a Post-nuptial Agreement Instead of a Pre-nuptial Agreement

When one or both people getting married have large assets, they may choose to work with a family law attorney to get a pre-nuptial agreement. However, in some cases they may choose a post-nuptial agreement instead. Read on to learn three reasons they may choose this. If you are considering either option, contact at for […] read more →

Posted on: June 7, 2019

Divorcing During Pregnancy Can Bring Unique Hurdles and Challenges

Divorce is always a difficult time. For many people, pregnancy is a time of uncertainty too. When pregnancy and divorce occur at the same time, it can be a truly complicated situation. Keep reading to find out about some of the unique hurdles you may not have thought of. Then contact at to request a […] read more →

Posted on: May 22, 2019

Grandparents Have Rights Too: Learn What They Are in the State of California

Grandparents play an important role in the lives of their grandchildren in many situations. However, sometimes a grandparent’s role is not clear. Whether due to a difficult relationship with their grandchildren’s parents, or another reason entirely, sometimes grandparents must work with a family law attorney to assert their rights. At we can help with that. […] read more →

Posted on: May 15, 2019

Mental Abuse is Domestic Violence: Find Out What Your Legal Rights Are

It is a common misconception that domestic violence is limited to physical abuse. We have heard women say that they almost wish their spouse would hit them because then they would have an excuse to leave the mentally abusive relationship. At we are here to tell you in unequivocal terms: Mental abuse is domestic violence. […] read more →

Posted on: May 8, 2019

Are You the Victim of Domestic Violence? Learn How to Protect Yourself When Leaving Your Spouse

If you are currently the victim of domestic violence, you have likely heard plenty of people wonder why people in your situation don’t just leave. They believe it is that simple. At we know that it isn’t. We know that you are in danger, that you are scared, and that you don’t know what to […] read more →

Posted on: April 23, 2019

The 4 Types of Visitation Allowed for in California Courts

California offers noncustodial parents rights to visitation, assuming the courts find them suitable. The main priority of the judge who allows visitation is to keep children safe. They will award custody based on what they believe is best for the child. Note that just because you pay child support does not automatically grant you rights […] read more →

Posted on: April 16, 2019

There Are 4 Categories of Breach of Contract Per California Law

Business contracts are an essential part of a well-functioning business. They outline the responsibilities and duties of each party and they offer recourse in the event that one party does not hold up their side of the contract. When the party does not do that, either by failing to comply with the contract, revealing that […] read more →

Posted on: April 9, 2019

3 of the Many Ways a Contract Attorney Can Help Individuals and Businesses

Contracts are essential for all types of business and for work done even by one friend to another. A clearly, legally drawn contract can make conflict resolution simple as it will state the terms all parties must follow and the consequences of not doing so. However, a contract that is poorly drawn up may not […] read more →

Posted on: March 20, 2019