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14 Apr San Mateo County Superior Court Releases Best Practice Recommendations for Parents Sharing Custody and Parenting Time During COVID-19

San Mateo County Superior Court Releases Best Practice Recommendations for Parents Sharing Custody and Parenting Time During COVID-19 COVID-19 has presented a new set of challenges for parents sharing custody and parenting time. Shelter-in-place orders, school closures, job losses, and limited family court operations have complicated...

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11 Apr A Request for Family Code, Section 271 Sanctions Made in a Response is Not Prohibited Affirmative Relief under Family Code Section 213.

The Second Appellate District finally eliminates the confusion, holding in Marriage of Perow & Uzelac (2019) 31 Cal.App.5th 984, that a responding party’s request for sanction-based attorney fees under section 271 is not an impermissible request for alternative relief on different issues. The court explains...

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14 Nov Holiday Tips for Divorcing Families

Make a detailed holiday plan and keep the children informed of the plan. Planning and predictability helps children cope with the often-intense emotions and expectations of the holidays. Be open and flexible. Although it is important to have a detailed and specific plan, changes...

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19 Oct Senate Bill No. 1255 (otherwise known as the “Anti-Davis Legislation”) and What it Means for Couples who are Seeking to Establish a Date of Separation in California

On July 25, 2016, Governor Brown approved Senate Bill No. 1255 (otherwise known as the "Anti-Davis Legislation"), which is an act to amend Sections 771, 910, 914, and 4338 of, and to add Section 70 to, the Family Code, relating to family law. [blockquote text="SB 1255...

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18 Apr Model Parenting Plans

One of the most important decisions divorcing or separating parents make is the time their children will spend with each parent. In California, divorced or separated parents use a parenting plan, also known as a custody and visitation agreement, to specify how their children...

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