Torrance Family Law Blog

paternity
Paternity

Consequences Of Not Establishing Paternity

In most common cases of pregnancy, when a married woman gives birth to a child, her husband is legally presumed to be the father of that child, which establishes his paternity. However, when an unmarried

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community property & divorce
Property Division

Hiding Business Assets in a Divorce May Cost You

When couples divorce in California, both spouses are required to disclose all assets. If one spouse owns a business, he or she may be tempted to hide business assets. This would deprive the other spouse

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Child Custody

Keeping Quiet About Divorce And Child Custody

Divorce and child custody matters are obviously sensitive topics for parents and divorcing spouses. Some people want to keep their family law matters as quiet as possible, and others want to discuss everything with friends,

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Do I Really Need a Postnuptial Agreement
Postnuptial Agreements

Do I Really Need A Postnuptial Agreement?

A postnuptial agreement in California is a contract a couple enters into after marriage that establishes the property and financial rights of each spouse in the event of a divorce.  Postnuptial agreements may be necessary

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Divorce

Is Divorce Mediation Necessary?

Divorce mediation in California is a process by which spouses come together in a neutral setting to discuss divorce issues openly and honestly with the help of a mediator.  A divorce mediator is an unbiased,

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Spousal Support
Alimony / Spousal Support

California Spousal Support Myths Explained

There are many common myths concerning the subject of spousal support in the United States. Spousal support is a complex subject and is an issue treated differently in California than in many other states. Additionally,

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