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This blog is where we discuss current issues affecting family law, as well as share any firm news or interesting information we come across. We like to think of our blog as a place where you can get to know us a little bit better and maybe learn something in the process.


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1/25/2015
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How to Combat Ugly Parental Gatekeeping

If you're divorcing and your husband is restricting your access to your own children, there are ways to fight for your children and your rights.

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1/24/2015
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Why Restrictive Parental Gatekeeping Happens

The tactics of manipulative parental gatekeeping can come about post-divorce for a variety of reasons. Knowing why it happens can help you deal with it.

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10/13/2014
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Housewives Seeking Child Custody

You’ve been a housewife and stay-at-home mom for the duration of your marriage and now your husband wants a divorce. Can you get custody of the kids?

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7/15/2014
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Fighting for Your San Francisco Child Custody

Your husband wants to prevent you from seeing your children. A San Francisco child custody attorney discusses what you can do.

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7/31/2013
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S.F. Proposal Would Mandate More Flexible Schedules for Mothers to Care for their Children

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5/9/2013
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Grandparents and Visitation in California

Your ex-in-laws want time with the kids to be included in your divorce agreement. Can grandparents demand visitation in California?

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4/16/2013
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California Custody Law: When Visitation Is Not a Safe Option

Non-custodial parents have visitation rights, but California courts have a duty to protect the best interest of children. Learn when visitation rights may be denied.

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3/27/2013
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Five Ways Your Child Can Express California Child Custody Preference

California law allows a child’s preference to be given consideration when determining child custody arrangements. Learn how this is done.

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3/21/2013
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The Power of Form 8332

A tax exemption must be a bargaining chip in your California child custody battle. Our San Francisco child custody lawyers explain.

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3/6/2013
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Joint Custody in California: Is it Right for You?

When both parents want custody of the children, joint custody is an option. A San Francisco divorce attorney discusses California joint custody agreements.

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2/27/2013
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How to Survive the Emotions of a California Child Custody Case

Fighting for the right to keep your children with you is an emotional battle. A San Francisco child custody attorney gives tips on surviving this journey.

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2/26/2013
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Top Five Criteria to Determine Child Custody in California

Are you in a San Francisco child custody battle? Here are the top five factors taken into consideration when ruling on custody cases.

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2/25/2013
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How to Protect Your Family During a California Child Custody Case

As you struggle to cope with the challenges of divorce and child custody in San Francisco, Attorney Paul Nathan gives you tips to protect your family.

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1/23/2013
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Five Tips for Helping Your Child Adjust to Joint Custody in California

Joint custody can mean a difficult adjustment period for a child. Our San Francisco child support attorney, Paul Nathan, gives tips for parents.

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1/22/2013
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San Francisco Custody Lawyer: Work Together on Supervised Visitation

Supervised visitation raises many issues and concerns. Here’s how to work together to make it work for your family in Marin County.

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1/21/2013
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San Francisco Family Lawyer’s Tips for Mediating a Child Custody Case

How you approach the mediation in your Marin County child custody case could dramatically impact the outcome of the mediation session.

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1/19/2013
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In Child Custody Matters, The Mom Doesn’t Always Win

Urban legend has it that the mother always “wins” in child custody battles. Not true, says a Marin County child custody attorney.

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1/19/2013
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San Francisco Child Support: How Parents Can Share the Duties

Co-parenting is not an easy job, even if a divorce went uncontested. San Francisco family law attorney Paul Nathan gives tips to make this easier.

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1/18/2013
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The Hidden Factors Examined in a Child Custody Case

We all know there’s a list of known factors a judge examines. Are there hidden factors the judge considers, too? Yes, says a Marin County family lawyer.

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12/9/2012
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Things Courts Consider in Child Custody Cases

When your child custody case goes before a judge, the court will be looking for certain things to determine the best decision for the child.

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