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Seeking the right professional for your military divorce needs

The end of a marriage is never an easy transition. When either one or both of the spouses involved are service personnel, then there are often special circumstances that can complicate the process -- including how to handle child custody. California residents may be best served by seeking the guidance of a professional who has extensive knowledge in the laws pertaining to a military divorce.

Will my military service create a child custody issue?

You work hard as a member of our country's Armed Forces. You have given up time with the ones you love to protect the freedoms of everyone else. Unfortunately, your military service put such a strain on your marriage that now your spouse is seeking a divorce and is requesting sole custody of your children. What can you do if you would prefer more of a shared custody arrangement?

Court hearing family law case concerning consent to have children

In what could be a precedent-setting case, the top court in one state is considering whether to grant a woman's request to have her parental rights terminated. What makes this particular family law case unique is it concerns whether a spouse in a same-sex marriage consented to have a child through a sperm donor. The case is being followed closely by same-sex advocacy groups in California and across the country. 

There are both challenges and benefits of later in life divorce

Over the past 20 years, the numbers of couples who are splitting up after decades of marriage has risen. While each older couple have their own reasons for seeking a divorce after years of marriage, there are both challenges and benefits when getting a so-called "gray divorce." There are likely many California residents who may be contemplating this step who have questions about both the process and the aftermath.

Program helps domestic violence victims start new life; business

According to a victim advocate, the main reason many victims stay in an abusive relationship is because they lack financial security. One woman recently started up a program that helps domestic violence victims learn to become entrepreneurs and make a new life for themselves and their children. The program is currently available in three California communities with plans to broaden its reach in the future.

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