2018

Blog Posts in 2018

  • 18-Apr-2018

    How to Talk to Your Children About Your Divorce

    In a divorce, one of the most difficult conversations you’ll ever have is telling your kids about it. For children, the breakup of the family unit can be devastating. Through their perspective, it appears to be the end of their world. That is ...
  • 29-Mar-2018

    What Should You Do If You Receive a Subpoena?

    Did you open your mailbox today and get surprised by a subpoena with your name on it? You need to respond to it, or else you could get into big legal trouble. Yet responding to it in the wrong way can also feasibly stick you in a tough legal spot. ...
  • 22-Mar-2018

    What You Should Do & Not Do During a Legal Separation

    Divorce is not for every unhappily married couple. The finality of divorce and the official termination of their marriage in the eyes of the state and the law can be simply too much of a major change or decision. If you are feeling like you are in ...
  • 28-Feb-2018

    What is Implied Consent?

    According to California’s “implied consent” law, all state licensed drivers who are lawfully arrested for a DUI are required to submit to chemical testing to determine BAC or the number of drugs in the individual’s system. In ...
  • 22-Feb-2018

    New Tax Law Eliminates Alimony Deduction

    Determining a reasonable alimony amount can be quite a challenge for divorcing spouses and lawyers alike. But due to the new tax law, however, it will be even tougher due to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. One provision scraps a 75-year-old tax deduction ...
  • 26-Jan-2018

    Expungements in California: Clear Your Record for a Better Tomorrow

    No one wants to walk around with a criminal history behind them, sticking out like an unwelcome shadow. Yet, for most people who have been convicted of a crime, this is an everyday reality. If they knew about expungements, though, the story might be ...
  • 17-Jan-2018

    Thinking of Adopting Your Stepchildren? Here's What You Should Know First

    As time goes on, it is typically natural for a stepparent to want to adopt their stepchildren, or vice versa. The sentiment is truly touching, but it must be recognized as a huge step in their unique relationship. Not only will it bring major ...