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3 Keys to Making Holiday Custody Work for You

2021-11-23T07:59:04-08:00November 23rd, 2021|Child Custody, Custody, Divorce, Family Law, Holidays|

Plenty can happen to make the holiday season stressful. Simply knowing they’re just around the corner is bad enough; then there’s dealing with shopping, meal preparations and family obligations. The last thing you want is to fight with your former spouse about how much time each of you will get to spend with your son [...]

Domestic Violence and Gabby Petito

2021-09-28T10:20:33-07:00September 28th, 2021|Domestic Violence, Family Law, Pop Culture|

The case of Gabby Petito’s disappearance has dominated many news stories over the past couple of weeks. On the surface, it feels very much like a cut-and-dry case. After a couple of months into a planned four-month road trip with her fiancée, Brian Laundrie, Laundrie returned home without her. As a person of interest in [...]

Lawyer Kings Podcast Now Available

2021-08-31T14:07:25-07:00August 31st, 2021|California Law, Divorce, Estate Planning - Wills, Trusts, and Probate, Family Law, King Law Firm News, Lawyer, Legal Documents|

Ever since I started King Law Firm Attorney’s at Law, Inc., I’ve been committed to your legal success. Part of this commitment is the effective communication of information, which I’ve provided in various forms on this site. We offer plenty of links to information you may need to better understand your particular situation, and videos [...]

California Family and Estate Laws vs Other States: What’s the Difference?

2020-10-02T10:56:34-07:00September 29th, 2020|Business, California Law, Divorce, Estate Planning - Wills, Trusts, and Probate, Family Law|

As a citizen of the United States, we all feel as if we know how laws should be enforced simply because “that’s how it’s done in my state.” What we all fail to understand (or don’t want to understand) is that each state has the constitutional right to create laws for the benefit of their [...]

Child Custody Across State Lines and the Ramifications of COVID-19

2020-10-02T10:55:38-07:00July 28th, 2020|California Law, Child Custody, COVID-19, Custody, Family Law, Uncategorized|

After a divorce, parents may feel they and their child need a change of scenery. This is understandable; however, always make sure to inform the non-custodial parent if that change of scenery means taking a child across state lines. Temporary Vacations If this change is temporary, say to visit relatives or go on a vacation, [...]

Divorce Is A Last Resort: Staying Married Through COVID-19

2020-10-02T10:55:19-07:00May 26th, 2020|COVID-19, Divorce, Family Law|

There is always an abundance of emotion in a time of crisis. Right now, as we attempt to navigate through the realities of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us are faced with an extra amount of personal, financial and professional stress, anxiety, fear and uncertainty. Marriage is hard enough during regular times; it’s even more [...]

Changing Your Child’s School When Joint Custody Is Involved

2020-04-29T16:05:44-07:00March 24th, 2020|Child Custody, Family Law|

Have you been thinking of changing your child’s school? With all schools closed for the time being due to the impact of COVID-19, and some states, including California, stating they may remain closed until the near year begins in September, now is a good time to begin the process of changing schools. This is especially [...]

Guardianship — An Overview

2020-02-25T18:51:29-08:00February 25th, 2020|Child Custody, Custody, Family Law, Guardianship|

Guardianship may seem easy to understand on the surface, but there is a lot more to it than you might realize. Firstly, guardianship is not the same as adoption. Where adoptions give the guardian permanent parental rights over a child, guardianship is temporary and does not normally remove all parental rights from biological parents. Secondly, [...]

Common Misconceptions of Unmarried Couples

2019-09-24T08:26:00-07:00September 24th, 2019|California Law, Child Custody, Custody, Family Law|

Recently, there’s been a rise in the number of young unmarried couples living together and older couples merely “shacking up” instead of getting married. What these couples may not understand is that simply being in a long-term, committed relationship does not give them the rights and benefits of a married couple. Misconception – California is [...]

Protect Your Pup with a Pet Prenup

2019-06-25T08:30:13-07:00June 25th, 2019|California Law, Custody, Divorce, Family Law|

A prenup for a pet? Why? Because you love your pet. We know you do. Whether it be a dog, a cat or even a horse, they aren’t just a piece of property you have to walk and feed. They bring joy, comfort and friendship; the deep bond you form with your pet makes them [...]