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This is the seventh and final entry in my seven-part blog series entitled “California Court’s Consideration in Making Custody Awards.”  As stated in Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6,  I am writing this series due to the number of emails and calls I receive in my California Family Law Practice on a weekly basis from concerned parents regarding their California custody cases. It’s my hope to help shed a little light on this issue so that my reader is better able to navigate his/her way in the California legal system regarding their custody case.  Part 7 focuses on issues relating to existing restraining orders—a look at this issue from the court’s perspective. This issue, and many others, are factors a California judge will look at when making a determining on custody. Continue reading →

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This is the sixth entry in my 7-part blog series entitled “California Court’s Consideration in Making Custody Awards.”  As stated in Parts 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5,  I am writing this series due to the number of emails and calls I receive in my California Family Law Practice on a weekly basis from concerned parents regarding their California custody cases. It’s my hope to help shed a little light on this issue so that my reader is better able to navigate his/her way in the California legal system regarding their custody case.  Part 6 focuses on issues relating to crimes of parents such as when a parent  is a registered sex offender or person convicted of child abuse or convicted of rape—a look at this issue from the court’s perspective. This issue, and many others, are factors a California family-law judge will look at when making a determination on custody. Continue reading →

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This is the 5th  entry in my 7-part blog series “California Court’s Consideration in Making Custody Awards.”  As stated in Parts 1,  2, 3, and 4,  I am writing this series due to the number of emails and calls I receive in my California  Family Law Practice on a weekly basis from concerned parents regarding their custody cases. It’s my hope to help shed a little light on this issue so that my reader is better able to navigate his/her way in the California legal system regarding their custody case.  Part 5 focuses on issues relating to A Child’s Preference—from the court’s perspective. This issue, and with many others, are factors a California family-law judge will look at when making a determining on custody and visitation. Continue reading →

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This is the fourth entry in my blog series “California Court’s Consideration in Making Custody Awards.”  As stated in Parts 1, 2 and 3,  I am writing this series due to the number of emails and calls I receive on a weekly basis in my California Family Law Practice from California concerned parents regarding custody cases. It’s my hope to help shed a little light on this issue so that my reader is better able to navigate his/her way in the California legal system regarding their custody case.  Part 4 focuses on issues relating to Parent’s Gender—from the court’s perspective. This issue, and many others, are factors a California family-law judge will look at when making a determining on custody. Continue reading →

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In my California family-law practice, I receive no less than approximately 20 calls and emails per week from concerned parents regarding  custody matters.  Invariably, father or mother is concerned that the other  parent is seeking full physical and/or full legal custody of their child; thus, feeling at risk of being deprived or at risk of losing their child to the other parent.  Given the number of  people seeking such information, I thought it would be a good idea to write a blog series about the issue of custody and how the California legal system determines the outcome of such legal requests.  Hopefully, this will help give you some guidance as you proceed in navigating your way through the California family legal system. Continue reading →

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In my California family law practice, I receive numerous inquiries relating to child custody. Literally, tens of thousands of books can be written just about California child-custody issues. Child-custody inquiries are even higher than divorce inquiries because marriage is not a prerequisite for the creation of little bundles of joy. Because there are so many issues relating to child custody matters, I have decided to write a series of blog posts on this particular issue. This blog post provides an overview of issues the court will consider when making a determination on child custody issues. Continue reading →

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This blog post is Part 2 in my 6-part blog series dealing with California custody move-away cases.  As stated in Part 1 of this series, about 65% of the inquiries I receive in my California Family Law Practice deal with custody matters.  Move-away cases are under the family-law umbrella of custody.   This blog post focuses on the situation where one parent seeking to move away with the child has sole physical custody of the child. Continue reading →