Articles Tagged with Move-Away

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This blog post is the final blog post in my 6-part blog series dealing with California custody move-away cases.  As stated in Parts 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 of this series, about 65% of the inquiries I receive in my California Family Law Practice  deal with custody matters.  California move-away cases are under the umbrella of custody. This blog post on how religious practices of the parents affect California move-away cases. Continue reading →

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This blog post is Part 5 in my 6-part blog series dealing with California custody move-away cases.  As stated in Parts 1, 2, 3 and 4  of this series, about 65% of the inquiries I receive in my California Family Law Practice deal with custody matters.  California move-away cases are under the umbrella of custody. Part 5 of this blog series seeks to focus on the sexual orientation of the parent(s) and how this factor affects California move-away cases. Continue reading →

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This blog post is Part 4 in my 6-part blog series dealing with California custody move-away cases.  As stated in Parts 1, 2 and 3  of this series, about 65% of the inquiries I receive in my California Family Law Practice deal with custody matters.  California move-away cases are under the umbrella of custody. Part 4 of this blog series focuses on the effects of  the emotional bonds,  race affecting  California move-away cases and sexual conduct of parents.

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This blog post is Part 3 in my 6-part blog series dealing with California custody move-away cases.  As stated in Parts 1 and 2 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. Part 3 of this blog series focuses on the situation where one parent seeking to move shares joint physical custody of the child and what the California courts do under such circumstances.

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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 →

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Approximately 65% of the inquiries I receive in my California Family Law practice deal with custody cases.  As many people reading this blog post already know, custody cases are the most heart-wrenching, time-consuming and most expensive cases in California family law courts.  These blog is part of a series I will be writing on over the next few weeks regarding California family law custody move-away cases. Part 1 deals with the necessity of the court undertaking an analysis of the child’s need for stability and continuity—which is a major factor to be determined by a judge in California move-away cases. Continue reading →