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After divorce, family law court may grant modifications at times

After they have been issued a final divorce decree, most former spouses seek to leave the past behind them and seek a new life. However, there may arise certain circumstances when one needs to seek a modification to the orders a family law judge issued. A California resident who finds that personal situations warrant such an action may seek help in filing these petitions.

Defending against claims of child abuse is aspect of family law

Raising a family is never an easy undertaking, no matter one's background or social status. However, being accused of committing abuse of one's child or possibly neglecting the care of a child may be an emotionally exhausting and frightening situation. Both of these matters can fall under the purview of family law, and an experienced attorney may be able to help navigate these disturbing allegations.

California family law has provisions for grandparent visitation

Families take many forms in today's society, and as a result, parents and grandparents may not be as close as in years past. As a result, some California grandparents may wonder if they have any options when it comes to spending time with their grandchildren. There are provisions in the family law statutes for these relatives to seek visitation rights.

Whether required for family law court, parenting classes may help

Professionals often state that the children whose parents divorce tend to have more problems for at least five years after the dissolution. Now, many family law courts are requiring parents to take classes in order to learn methods for effective parenting. Currently, California parents are required to take these classes only if stipulated by their particular judge.

Social Networking and Family Law

Social Networking has made a direct impact in the Family courts. The family law courts see numerous cases where one party to the divorce posts their "party-life" status or evidence of their unfavorable habits online. In child custody and visitation cases, these traits are not always forgiving in the courts.

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