Yearly Archives: 2013

Sep 26

Picking the Right Attorney

Many people who are going through a family law issue have never had to hire an attorney or have even dealt with the court…

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Sep 26

Establishing Paternity in California

If you have a child and were not married to the child’s mother, you will need to establish paternity to ensure your rights as…

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May 10

When Can I Change My Child Support? Modifying Child Support

A parent who does not pay child support could face serious penalties, including jail time. If you are unable to pay the full amount…

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May 03

Divorcing a Controlling or Emotionally Abusive Spouse

Many people find themselves divorcing a manipulative spouse, which can make the divorce or separation process more difficult. We can move your case forward and get…

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Apr 17

Can My Powerball Lottery Winnings Be Used For Child Support?

Everyone dreams of winning the Lottery – especially now that Californians get to play Powerball. Many people would believe that Lottery winnings…

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Apr 13

Can My Ex Garnish My Wages? Child Support Wage Assignment

Many clients ask the question: Can my Ex Garnish my wages? The answer is yes they can, even if you are current…

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Apr 12

How Long Will It Take To Pay Off My Arrears? Child Support Arrears

Contact the Edgar & Dow regarding child support arrears - (888) 251-9618 Alameda County DSS has posted the following link on their website. This is a simple calculator…

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Mar 14

Residency Requirements For A California Divorce

California has a residency requirement that all persons considering a divorce must be made aware of. Either you or your spouse must have lived…

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Feb 08

Is Spousal Support Tax Deductible?

The answer is generally yes, spousal support is tax deductible to the payor spouse and is considered "income" for the payee spouse when it…

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Feb 01

Who Claims the Child On Their Income Taxes?

A common question that many people ask is: Who is entitled to claim the child dependency exemption when the parties are separated…

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