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Protecting your children through a strong parenting plan

Divorce is complex, especially for two people who have children and who want to remain committed to their well-being. You and your spouse may resolve to work together to provide your kids with a stable and secure future, but this is not always as easy as it may sound. This requires both of you to have a willingness to work together and keep the needs of the kids as the main priority. 

Does California family law allow visitation for grandparents?

In California, when there is a divorce and visitation rights are determined as part of family law, it is often centered around the parents. However, there are other people who want to have visitation with a child even if the relationship that bore the child is no longer intact. Grandparents fall into this category. For grandparents who want visitation, it is important that they and the parents understand how the law handles this relatively common circumstance.

How does California family law address parental relocation?

Child custody is one of the most complex issues in California family law. When there is a divorce and the parents are trying to get as much time with the children as possible, it can be made even more difficult if a parent decides to move away and relocate. This can impact visitation and more. It is a fundamental requirement to understand what the law says about parental relocation following a divorce.

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