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What Parents Need to Understand About Full Physical Custody

Posted by Tashfeen Haq on June 3, 2012 at 4:30 PM

During a child custody case, often parents think "full physical custody" means that the child with stay with a parent full time. Also, often parents think if both parents have "joint physical" custody, then both parents will have "equal" amount of "time".

This is not always true!

A parent can have full

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What NOT To Do In Child Custody Mediation

Posted by Tashfeen Haq on June 1, 2012 at 3:00 AM

In California family law courts, all child custody cases must go through a mediation process where a court appointed, neutral third party will sit down with the parents and listen to the parents' concerns and parenting plan proposals, and thereafter, will prepare a recommendation that the mediator thinks is in the best interest of the child and submit that to the judge as well as the parents for their review before their child custody hearing.

During...

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What Clients Should Keep In Mind Going In Family Law Courts

Posted by Tashfeen Haq on May 31, 2012 at 7:40 PM

Clients often wonder "can I win my child custody case?", or "can I win my divorce case?". The answer always depends on the facts and circumstances surrounding their case.

However, no attorney should give clients "high" hopes about any case, because "you never know what can...

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Why You Should Hire A Family Law Attorney

Posted by Tashfeen Haq on May 31, 2012 at 11:35 AM

Often clients ask, "do I need a Riverside divorce lawyer or family law attorney to represent me in court or can I do this case myself?". The answer is always "it depends". If your case is a simple divorce, for example, where you do not have any property,

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What Questions To Ask When Hiring A Divorce, Custody, or Family Law Attorney

Posted by Tashfeen Haq on July 30, 2011 at 1:25 AM

A potential client who is either going through a divorce, child custody battle, or seeking restraining order should always ask the attorney questions to decide if the attorney is right for the client.

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