Navigating Post-Divorce Communication: Advice from JWB Family Law in San Diego

The conclusion of a marriage through divorce doesn't always mean the end of interactions with your former spouse, especially in California. Post-divorce, various circumstances, such as co-parenting or court-ordered financial arrangements, necessitate ongoing communication. However, navigating post-divorce communication can be complex. At JWB Family Law in San Diego, we recognize the difficulties many face in [...]

fotex2024-02-26T16:26:56-08:00February 26th, 2024|Child custody and visitation, Co-parenting divorce, Divorce, Family Law|

How Do I Request a Paternity Test?

The question of paternity can be a significant concern for individuals who have had children out of wedlock. Establishing paternity for legal, emotional, and financial reasons is essential. In this vlog, we guide you through the process of requesting a paternity test, emphasizing the importance of following the proper legal procedures. I. Filing a [...]

fotex2024-02-06T16:26:16-08:00February 6th, 2024|Child custody and visitation, Co-parenting divorce, Divorce, Vlog|

What Is Supervised Visitation?

In family law, the concept of supervised visitation emerges as a crucial safety measures for children whose parents exhibit behaviors that are deemed potentially harmful. This vlog aims to shed light on the essence of supervised visitation, exploring the circumstances under which it may be mandated by the court and the role it plays [...]

fotex2024-01-25T11:06:12-08:00January 9th, 2024|Child custody and visitation, Co-parenting divorce, Divorce, Vlog|

Child Custody Schedule Options

When you are in a proceeding to decide how to share the custody and visitation of your children, many decisions must be made by you and the other parent on how you will co-parent your minor children. If you are unable to reach an agreement, the court will make a decision for you that you [...]

fotex2023-12-12T23:15:22-08:00July 15th, 2021|Child custody and visitation, Co-parenting divorce|

Custody and Co-Parenting During the Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc in our daily lives. Schools are closed, parents are working from home, and some have lost their jobs. Life is not what it was just a few months ago. Children are now with parents all day—every day. Parents are now responsible for their children’s educational needs, entertainment, and [...]

fotex2023-12-12T21:51:14-08:00June 18th, 2020|Child custody and visitation, Co-parenting divorce|

Determining Child Custody and Visitation

You know the kids belong with you, but how can you show the judge that? This blog will talk through what to do (and what not to do) when determining child custody and visitation and showing that the kids belong with you. In marriages, there can come a time when you know your relationship [...]

fotex2023-12-12T19:48:07-08:00July 4th, 2019|Child custody and visitation, Co-parenting divorce, Family Law|

The Steps to Establishing Paternity Rights as a Father

You often hear of women obtaining a paternity test from a man. But what about when a man wants to know whether he’s a parent or not? This blog will walk potential fathers through the steps to establishing paternity rights as a father. As a father of a child, born or unborn, you have [...]

fotex2023-12-12T19:35:48-08:00June 6th, 2019|Child custody and visitation, Co-parenting divorce, Family Law|

Defining Visitation Rights When it Comes to Stepchildren

You know your basic rights as a parent, but what are your visitation rights when it comes to stepchildren? Learn how to navigate through the issue, as well as how to gain access to your stepchildren. The Law of Visitation Rights California family law allows a court to grant visitation to a stepparent under [...]

fotex2023-12-12T19:26:08-08:00May 16th, 2019|Child custody and visitation, Co-parenting divorce, Divorce|

New Year’s Resolutions for Separating Spouses

Sometimes couples who are planning on separating or divorcing prefer to wait out the holiday season and file for separation and divorce in the New Year.  This can be because of financial reasons, or because they do not want to tell their children or other family members that the marriage is about to end. There [...]

fotex2023-12-11T18:42:36-08:00January 5th, 2017|Child custody and visitation, Co-parenting divorce, Divorce|
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