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February 2018 Archives

There are several common misconceptions about domestic violence

The recent news concerning a top White House official who allegedly engaged in abusive behavior towards his now-former wives shocked countless people. However, there are common misconceptions concerning domestic violence that need to be dispelled in order to help victims and break the cycle. There may be numerous California residents who are currently suffering some form of abuse who are in need of assistance and guidance to protect themselves.

Wedding photographers share clues a divorce may be in the future

Couples who wish to document their wedding day typically turn to professional photographers. Because these professionals often spend significant time with the engaged couple, they tend to notice cues that a relationship may not be destined for 'happily ever after.' California residents who are planning to initiate a divorce of their own might possibly recognize one of these warning signs.

Another important divorce issue: Pet custody

Whether you were married 10 years or more, or you never reached your fifth anniversary, divorce is likely to include various issues that must be resolved before you can move on in life and leave your past behind you. If you are one of many California parents currently preparing for divorce proceedings, your children's best interests are no doubt your highest priority. There are also property division issues to consider, and any business interests that might be pertinent to your situation as well.

A military divorce requires two-fold approach

The decision to marry while one or both spouses are serving in the armed forces may require even more consideration than the exchange of vows in civilian life. In the event the marriage does not last, then getting a military divorce requires knowledge of both civilian and service-related procedures. California residents who are contemplating such a decision may benefit from approaching the process in a two-fold manner.

Parents who homeschool may require family law assistance someday

When the recent story broke about the family who purportedly starved their 13 children and chained them to beds, many officials turned their scrutiny on families who choose to educate their children at home. Indeed, with the increased calls for reforms to home education regulations in many parts of the country, California homeschooling families may find themselves in need of an attorney who practices in family law. There are many who have stated their belief that parents who teach at home are attempting to hide abuse and neglect.

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