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Relocating To a New State as a Guardian or Custodian of a Child

People change, jobs change, environments change. When you have children, these changes can become complicated and stressful, especially if it means moving a child out of state. Whether you have custody or guardianship over a child, if another parent or family member is still in the picture, moving with a child can become complicated, especially

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Guardianships vs Conservatorships in California and Arizona

When someone is mentally or physically incapacitated, they may not be able to perform tasks necessary to live. When this happens, family members or friends may have the right to become a guardian or a conservator and take legal responsibility for performing personal and financial tasks for them. Which one, guardianship or conservatorship, is right

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Britney Spears Conservatorship Abuse

On the surface, Britney Spears is a successful entertainer worth nearly sixty million dollars. A flourishing music career and a seemingly upbeat public persona would indicate she’s living a healthy life. However, as evidenced by Britney’s outcry to end her father’s conservatorship, her life behind-the-scenes is a lot darker than we’ve been led to believe.

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5 Things to Consider During a Gray Divorce

People understand that getting married isn’t a guarantee love will last forever. In fact, over the last twenty years, divorce has become much more prevalent among what is affectionately known as the boomer generation, even as the overall divorce rate decreases. One might believe this phenomenon, known as gray divorce, is due to COVID lockdowns

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Changing Your Child’s School When Joint Custody Is Involved

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

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