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The Basics of Filing for Divorce in San Diego

The Basics of Filing for Divorce in San Diego

To begin the process of filing for divorce in San Diego County, you will need to file a Summons (FL-110), and a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage (FL-100). If you have children, you will also need to file a Declaration Under Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction...

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Domestic Violence and Children

Domestic Violence and Children

Exposure to or witnessing of domestic violence can be extremely harmful to children. When it comes to domestic violence and children, you want to ensure that they are protected from the following actions.(1) Seeing physical/and or sexual abuse(2) Hearing threats or...

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Am I A Victim of Domestic Violence?

Am I A Victim of Domestic Violence?

Nearly 20 people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner in the United States. According to the California Women‘s Health Survey (CWHS), approximately 40 percent of California women experience violence from a partner in their lifetimes. If you think...

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Is It Legal to Record Your Spouse?

Is It Legal to Record Your Spouse?

The simple answer is no, it is not legal to record your spouse unless that person consents to being recorded. Under California Penal Code section 632, it is a crime to record a telephone call or conversation without the consent of both parties to the call.  A...

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