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May 2018 Archives

How is stalking defined under California's domestic violence law?

The feeling that one is being followed or watched is a disheartening and disturbing sensation. It can make a person feel, at best, uneasy as they go about the business of their day or, at worst, in fear of their safety as they manage their everyday responsibilities. In California, a broad range of behaviors may be considered stalking and when stalking is properly alleged victims may seek protections under the criminal and domestic violence laws of the state.

Visitation rights for California grandparents

A separation or divorce can create strain in more relationships than just the one that exists between the dividing parties. It can cause tensions between parents and children, between spouses and their parents, and even between grandparents and their beloved grandchildren. In order to protect the important bonds that they have built between themselves and their grandkids some California grandparents seek to secure visitation time with the children they love.

Now is the time to end domestic violence in your life

Fear is a powerful emotion. It can cause people to act in unexpected ways, such as to subdue them into compliance or to acquiesce to unreasonable situations. California victims of domestic violence understand the power of fear all too well: fear is a common tool that domestic violence aggressors use against those they seek to control.

How a prenuptial agreement may affect a future divorce

Right before a wedding is not when an engaged couple wants to think about how the partners will work out their differences in the event that their marriage ends in divorce. However, many California residents engage in just these sorts of considerations when they draft and execute prenuptial agreements. A prenuptial agreement is a contract that two people create to work out matters related to their wealth and property prior to entering into a marriage.

How to avoid social media drama in your divorce

Social media has changed the way people interact with each other. In fact, it is common for people to put thoughts and feelings online that they would not dream of sharing in real life. If you are going through a divorce, you may feel tempted to share your feelings and details about your situation with your friends and family on social media. However, in California divorces, social media posts can become evidence and affect child support, child custody, alimony and more. 

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