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The Duty to Disclose
The Duty to Disclose

Civil litigation is often described as a treasure hunt, in which you get the right information only if you ask the right questions. Family law is different in that each party has an affirmative duty to provide information to the other side at the earliest stages of the case. ...

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Blog posts in April, 2012

  • Custody and Visitation

    To many people, the term custody and visitation seems repetitive. To the average family law client, custody means when they have the child in their ...

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  • Self Employment Income

    Few support cases are more difficult that when one of the parties runs her own business. Pinning down what a self-employed person's income is can be ...

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  • Income and Expense Declaration

    In California, it is required that each party prepare, file, and serve an Income and Expense Declaration whenever they are seeking orders for support ...

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  • Calculating Child Support in California

    Unlike other states, which use a fixed percentage of income for purposes of determining support, or states which have a specific amount per child, ...

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