Protection orders are generally meant to protect victims of abuse, harassment, or violence. In family law matters, orders of protection are often issued to protect a parent or child in domestic disputes. California family law
California state law provides that both parents have a responsibility to support their children financially. Among other things, child support is meant to cover expenses related to children’s food, education, medical care, and clothing. Depending
California divorce attorney Bruce A. Mandel knows that there are many reasons you may want to keep your home, including emotional attachment, stability, and consistency for your children. Regardless of your reasons for wanting to
A postnuptial agreement will protect your assets and finances if it complies with California’s marital agreement laws and contract laws. As discussed in more detail below, however, postnuptial agreements may be invalid under California law
Child custody is often the most contentious aspect of divorce for parents. When parents cannot agree on custody arrangements, they will be required to go to mediation to try to work out a custody plan.
California is a no-fault state, which means that a spouse’s fault or wrongdoing should not have any impact on the terms of a divorce or separation, including property division and spousal support. For example, the