Couples set up prenuptial agreements before marriage in order to address what will happen with their finances and assets if they divorce. If they do not enter a formal prenuptial agreement, the divorce laws of the state take over. By seeking an attorney who can help them set up a prenup, they can avoid relying..
When parents are divorcing, one of their main concerns is often what will happen with their children. Many parents wish to continue a close and loving relationship with their kids, and they may be worried about how the divorce will affect that relationship. In California, parents can make a child custody and visitation agreement that..
There’s no doubt that family structure is changing in the twenty-first century. Gone are the days of the nuclear family being the norm; more kids are being born outside of, and in between, marriages. Even so, under current California law, children can have at most two legal parents. In stepfamily or open-adoption scenarios, this can..