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Co-Parenting Tips from Aloha Divorce

Co-parenting after a divorce can be challenging, but with effective communication, mutual respect, and a focus on the well-being of your children, it is possible to create a positive and stable co-parenting relationship. Here are some tips to help you navigate co-parenting successfully: Put Children First: Remember that your children’s well-being should be the top …

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How To Change Your Name After You Get Married in California

So, you used Aloha Divorce to prepare your premarital (Prenup) agreement, applied for your marriage license, had a beautiful wedding, received your marriage certificate in the mail, and now you’re wondering how to change your name in California. Well, we are here to help. If you want to legally change anything other than your last …

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How Spousal Support Gets Calculated in California

It is important to start with the basic differences between temporary and permanent spousal support. Temporary spousal support is ordered during a pending divorce and is often calculated by a guideline calculator, much like child support. On the other hand, permanent spousal support is awarded after a court has ordered the dissolution of a marriage. …

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Legal Remedies That a Court Can Order Before Modifying Custody in California

During the pendency of a proceeding where the custody of a minor child is in issue, the court may make whatever temporary custody order that “seems necessary and proper.” [Fam. C. §§2045(b), 2047, 3021, 3022, 3060 et seq., 6323(a)] A court may appoint counsel for the minor on the court’s own motion or, if requested, …

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Can the Court Force a Parent to Pay for Private School Tuition in California?

Yes, the Court has very broad discretion in this area. For instance, in a relevant case, Marriage of Fini, it was said that “the facts and circumstances of the parties in each family law case are different, which is why these cases are equitable proceedings in which the Court must have the ability to exercise …

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