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Privacy During Divorce

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We see it all the time in the media. Magazines, TV shows, and websites have made a cottage industry sharing the salacious details of celebrity splits. It’s a tabloid staple; the public can’t get enough. While you may not be rich and famous, it brings up questions about protecting privacy during divorce and beyond. Former Spice Girl and current America’s Got Talent judge, Mel B., is in the process of divorcing her husband, Stephen Belafonte. …

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8 Things You Should Never Do During Divorce

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In divorce, emotions run high. You may feel the temptation to lash out at your soon-to-be ex and exact a bit of retribution. Most experienced lawyers, however, will tell you that’s a bad idea. There are certain things you should never do during divorce. No matter how angry you may feel, it’s important to keep your cool. That’s often easier said than done, but maintaining an even keel is the best way to make sure …

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How Fantasy Football Can Benefit Divorced Dads

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Do you feel that? As August draws to a close and September creeps closer, that only means one thing: it’s almost time for football. The 2017 NFL season kicks off soon, and with it comes fantasy football. And just because the Chargers moved up the road, doesn’t mean we can’t still enjoy Sunday afternoons. You may already be waist deep in stat sheets, injury reports, and articles about sleeper picks that will give you the …

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Jobs With Highest Divorce Rate?

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While there may be one major factor that tips the scale—infidelity, money troubles, general incompatibility—divorce rarely has a single cause. In most cases, the real reasons behind the decision to end a marriage are much more complicated. Many things contribute to the decay of a marriage, but jobs often play a big role in filing for divorce. It makes sense that employment status factors into divorce. After all, money issues and stress over paying bills often …

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6 Back To School Tips Divorced Dads Should Know

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We’re at the halfway point in August, and if it hasn’t settled in yet, it’s almost time for the kids to go back to school. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news. It’s already happened in some school districts. This is often a stressful time for kids and parents alike, but it’s especially hard on newly divorced dads. The new school years arrives with many new challenges. Kids have to deal with new classmates, …

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Child Custody Modification: What If Your Kids Hate Living With Your Ex?

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Child custody battles during divorce often become heated and contentious. Afterward, tensions and ill feelings can continue to fester. It’s bad enough when this just exists between parents, but what about when it involves the kids? What if your child hates living with your ex? What can you do? Can you change child custody or modify a parenting plan? We all know that parents aren’t always the kids’ favorite. Mothers and fathers have the job …

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Back To School Already? 5 End-Of-Summer Family Adventures

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Is it August already? Really? Where did the summer go? Didn’t it just start? Don’t worry if you find yourself asking these questions, you’re not alone. Summer slipped past all of us. But there’s also plenty of time for one last grand adventure before the kids head back to school. One of the best parts of living in San Diego is that there’s always something going on. There’s no dearth of events or activities, and …

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The Trump Effect: Can Politics Cause Divorce?

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It’s taken many forms over the years, but the saying goes, never talk religion or politics in polite company. Etiquette manuals cite this maxim, and even Peanuts creator Charles Schulz had a version. Though his added the Great Pumpkin to the mix. Regardless of the source, it’s sound advice. These are loaded topics that people tend to feel strongly about one way or the other. Conversations of this nature often become heated and cause conflict. …

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The 10 Best Comic Book Dads

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It’s that time of year again, where everything geeky, nerdy, and awesome descends on San Diego. Yes, the pop culture juggernaut that is San Diego Comic-Con is here again. Over the years, it’s grown to include movies, TV, and all things entertainment. Though the attention may have shifted some, we still love our comic books. And given our focus on family law and fathers’ rights, some of our favorite characters happen to be dads. As …

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Preparing Your Custody Case

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Our children mean the world to us and ugly child custody battles are an unfortunate part of many divorces. Since these can become heated, contentious, and emotional, parents don’t always think straight. As a result, it’s important to prepare for child custody cases ahead of time. When it comes to awarding custody, the courts place the best interests of the child above everything else. Their comfort, safety, and security take precedence over things like parental …

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Know Your Rights

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So you’re going to have a baby. Congratulations! Becoming a parent is a huge milestone and one of the most rewarding experiences many of us have. Children change your life, but it’s important to know your rights as a soon-to-be father. You and your baby’s mother may be married. Then again, maybe not. In 2015, just north of 40% of children born in the U.S. were born to unmarried mothers. This has increased as couples …

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Preparing for Divorce

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When ending a marriage, in most cases people wind up hiring a divorce attorney. The Do-It-Yourself approach is easier and more accessible than ever, but it’s often in your best interest to have representation. This means at some point you’ll schedule an initial consultation with a divorce lawyer. These meetings often feel intimidating or overwhelming. Divorce tends to make emotions run high, and people don’t always think clearly in these situations. But it’s an important …

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5 Avoidable Missteps

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Like other family law cases, child custody battles often become complex and heated. It’s easy to miss details along the way, but such oversights can have a high cost. Too often, mistakes, errors, or lapses in judgment have significant and lasting consequences. With that in mind, here are a few common, easily avoidable missteps that can hurt child custody cases. 1. Moving Out Moving out of a shared home may seem like the best choice …

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10 Great Movie Dads

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Father’s Day is upon us once again, the holiday where we celebrate dads and everything they do for us. There are countless ways to mark the occasion. It’s almost officially summer, the weather’s getting better day-to-day, and barbecues and baseball games are classic ways to spend a sunny afternoon. But one of our most cherished Father’s Day traditions is watching movies with the old man. (Or with the kids if you’re the old man.) With …

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Summer Break and Divorce

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It’s that time again. With the school year winding down, the kids mark the days off on the calendar, waiting for the blissful freedom of summer break. That’s great for them, but it’s a different feeling entirely for parents. Summer break presents a slew of new challenges when it comes to caring for our kids. And cases of divorce only raise these hurdles. Summer break comes with all kinds of issues with which to contend. …