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  • 22 Dec. 2015

    How to Handle Changes to Parenting Time During the Holidays

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    Divorce court judges tend to get busy around the end of the year, often because they deal with many cases involving parents fighting over access to their children during the holidays. Even though your parenting plan may clearly define visitation time, there are many reasons why you or your ex-spouse may wish to deviate from the plan, including unexpected visits from family, upcoming travel plans, ...
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  • 20 Aug. 2012

    730 Evaluations

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    If you’ve been looking around for information on the 730 Evaluation, you probably have come to realize that there’s scant – reliable – information that tells you what to expect. The Courts rely on California Evidence Code §730 (ref: leginfo.ca.gov) to appoint a child custody evaluator (thus the “730” designation). Evaluators are usually a licensed ...
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  • 4 May. 2012

    Who Gets the Children?

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    Refrigerator Art. You know what I'm talking about: the scrawls, doodles and scribblings of your children boldly displayed on your family's refrigerator door. We parents look at this art form with such pride and love; each scrap symbolizing every nurturing moment. Our children see this ad hoc gallery as a symbol of our acceptance; our unconditional love. Unfortunately, from time to time, ...
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  • 23 Apr. 2012

    High Conflict Divorce & The Effects on Children

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    Emotions run high in divorce cases. And that's just when everybody agrees to the terms of divorce. When there is high conflict - e.g., disagreement of terms and provisions, then you can take all the lessons of civility and chuck them out of the window. Sometimes, it is shocking how parents forget that their fighting due to their own unresolved emotional issues within a marriage, but how these ...
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  • 16 Apr. 2012

    Suspect Domestic Violence, Child Abuse, Neglect or Psychological Abuse?

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    If there is one thing that the headline stories about child abuse and domestic violence has taught us, the harshness of the crimes deserve our immediate attention. In fact, the more vigilant we are about this kind of crime, the more likely we can help prevent future abuses. According to the U.S. child welfare agencies over three million allegations of child abuse and neglect occur each year. And ...
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  • 12 Apr. 2012

    The Elkins Family Law Task Force: Reforming the Way Californians Divorce

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    Here's a development that I think points to the progress that we've made to streamline certain processes that - in their current form - are far more complicated than they need to be. In 2008 the Elkins Family Law Task Force was created in response to the lack of efficiency, the high cost and the complexity of divorcing in California. This task force set out to research and make ...
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  • 3 Apr. 2012

    Stepparent Adoption

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    "The modern family is often a mash-up of previous relationships. Think 'Brady Family' and you come close to a picture of what I mean. In these cases, 'stepparent adoptionstep parent adoption' is the best solution." A stepparent adoption is where a child 's stepparent, the husband or wife of the child's biological parent, wishes to officially adopt the child as his ...
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