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How does relocation affect California child custody?

When one parent wants to relocate out of state in the months or years following a divorce, this decision can disrupt an existing custody arrangement. The other parent can decide whether to agree to the move or contest it in court.  Review the factors in California that apply to child custody and long-distance relocation.  The role […]

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How quickly can my divorce go?

How quickly can my divorce go? On behalf of Ryan Family Law | Sep 7, 2020 | Divorce | Divorce is generally not an enjoyable process, so it is natural that most people want to get the process over with as quickly as possible. However, in California there are some laws that address the minimum […]

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The 5 types of California alimony awards

The 5 types of California alimony awards On behalf of Ryan Family Law | Aug 13, 2020 | Divorce | The media portrays alimony like a life sentence — something that no one is happy about except for the person suing for it. It can feel like a sniping, exploitative loophole designed to stoke animosity […]

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401K penalties, taxes and your divorce

401K penalties, taxes and your divorce On behalf of Ryan Family Law | Aug 31, 2020 | Divorce | One type of asset many couples must share when getting a divorce is their retirement savings. When one spouse’s 401K account must be split with the other party, the account holder should understand the logistics surrounding […]

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How much time do kids need with each parent?

How much time do kids need with each parent? On behalf of Ryan Family Law | Jul 8, 2020 | Divorce | The law aims to ensure a child is able to develop meaningful relationships with both parents, which is a priority of the court when making or approving parenting plans in a divorce.  Ideally, […]

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If I claim abuse, will I lose my children?

If I claim abuse, will I lose my children? On behalf of Ryan Family Law | Jun 8, 2020 | Divorce | The majority of custody cases in California end with joint custody. The reason why this is such a common custody situation is that the court will do what is in the best interest […]

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How do courts determine spousal support?

How do courts determine spousal support? On behalf of Ryan Family Law | May 5, 2020 | Divorce | Depending on your divorce situation in California, spousal support may require you or your ex to contribute a designated amount of money each month for alimony payments. Regardless of which end of the negotiations you are […]

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Can you modify spousal support?

Can you modify spousal support? On behalf of Ryan Family Law | May 22, 2020 | Divorce | When California residents divorce, there are several matters to tend to. For example, you must decide how to handle matters of spousal support. In most cases, the person making the most must make payments to their ex-partner. […]

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How wealth relates to divorce risk, amicability

How wealth relates to divorce risk, amicability On behalf of Ryan Family Law | Apr 11, 2020 | Divorce | Wealth and Divorce The root cause of many divorces is financial problems. People who are wealthy may have different issues with money, but that does not mean that they have none at all. As a […]

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Dealing with a divorce-related identity crisis

Dealing with a divorce-related identity crisis On behalf of Ryan Family Law | Apr 21, 2020 | Divorce | For some people, moving on from a failed marriage is relatively simple and life seems full of new opportunities. For others, however, the end of a marriage leads to an identity crisis. Uncertainty about one’s role […]

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