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Welcome to Tuesday’s Tips! Every Tuesday, Jane Wesley Brooks, CFLS, discusses a family law topic with the hopes of providing insight into frequently asked questions. These one minute videos are posted on JWB Family Law’s website, Instagram, YouTube, Facebook and LinkedIn. Tune into Tuesday’s Tips to stay up to date on family law in San Diego.
The Cat of Sadness
Who Keeps The Engagement Ring?
Paternity Actions To Take
Moving Children Out of State
How To Prepare For Filing For Divorce
To Pre-nup Or Not To Pre-nup?
Should You File for Divorce Before or After Tax Season?
Stay At Home Parent - Will they need to start working?
Child Sharing and Covid
Reclaim Your Former Name
Can I Change Custody?
Who Gets The House?
Just like Tuesday’s Tips, these general information videos also cover a variety of topics within family law.
How Much Does a Divorce Cost?
Does The Mother Always Get Custody?
What Happens to Wedding Rings After Divorce
Temporary versus Permanent Spousal Support & Child Support
AB 2274 - New Pet Custody Law In California
How Social Media Can Affect Your Divorce
How to Restore a Former Name After a Divorce
How to Create a Safety Plan for Your Family
Can I Record My Spouse Being Abusive
Spousal Support Modification
Can you record your spouse to show harassment?
The Importance of the CFLS Designation
A Certified Family Law Specialist, or CFLS, is an attorney who has obtained certification in the standards of California family law and demonstrated optimal legal competence. Attorneys who obtain this certification have specific expertise in all aspects of family law, which includes divorce or the dissolution of marriage, child and spousal support, child custody, and temporary restraining orders, among other areas of emphasis.
Not every attorney practicing family law has obtained this certification. In fact, the designation remains relatively rare—there are fewer than 2,000 CFLS attorneys in California and fewer than 200 in San Diego.