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Choose custody modification over child abduction

Child custody and visitation agreements and orders provide guidance to parents with regard to access to their children. Parents may not always agree with these arrangements, but they must adhere to them while they are in place. Those who seek to interfere with another parent's custody or visitation rights may wind up facing serious legal trouble.

What happens when spousal support isn't paid?

Spousal support, sometimes referred to as alimony, can be the center of focus during a divorce. The outcome of this one particular issue can set the stage for one's finances once his or her divorce is finalized. Therefore, building a legal argument that seeks to address the factors courts use to determine whether spousal support is justified is often of critical importance.

Divorce can have a significant impact on one's credit

For many Californians, the financial impact a divorce can have on their lives is their number one concern. Property division, for example, may leave them feeling like they got cheated out of the assets to which they felt entitled, and alimony and child support can take a monthly toll for years to come. Although each of these issues needs to be dealt with in its own fashion, there is another financial matter related to divorce that should be considered even before a petition is filed: one's credit.

Substance abuse can affect child custody and visitation

It seems like any time you look at the news nowadays there are stories about substance abuse and drug overdoses. The problem has worsened significantly over recent years with the explosion of opioid use. While this issue is finally starting to receive the attention it deserves, some individuals fail to recognize that substance abuse can play a significant role in family law matters, especially child custody and visitation.

Collaborative divorce may assist in reaching fair resolution

When many people think of divorce they picture heated arguments over everything from property division to child custody and spousal support. Though some divorce cases wind up proceeding to litigation, the reality is that the vast majority of marriage dissolutions are settled through negotiations. This, of course, does not mean that there are not heated arguments. For these individuals, though, the matter can be more challenging. Those Redondo Beach residents who are able to have calm and reasonable conversations with their soon-to-be ex-spouse may want to consider a collaborative divorce, as it can ensure a fair and favorable resolution without the headache of months of conflict.

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