Divorce and Family Law Blog
How to Get Temporary Custody for Extended Family Members in San Diego, CA
Puja Sachdev | March 17, 2022 | Child Custody
There could be situations where an extended family member may need to obtain temporary custody of children in their family. If so, they must petition the court. Generally, temporary custody is granted through an emergency hearing. How to Petition the Court for Temporary Custody for Extended Family Members in San Diego If a child is… read more
Are Divorce Records Public?
Puja Sachdev | March 15, 2022 | Divorce
Most people do not want their private issues to be a matter of public record. However, many legal matters are public record, meaning anyone can view the documents filed with the court. Many divorce records in California are included in the public records. What Are Public Records? The public record contains documents, files, information, and… read more
Manipulative Behavior: How to Know When Your Spouse is “Gaslighting” You
Puja Sachdev | March 3, 2022 | Divorce
No one wants to believe their spouse could manipulate them. However, manipulative behavior can be difficult to recognize. Your spouse may use subtle strategies to gaslight you into believing that you are the one causing problems in your marriage. What Does it Mean to “Gaslight” Someone? The term “gaslighting” derives from the play Gas Light…. read more
What is Considered Income for Child Support?
Puja Sachdev | February 21, 2022 | Child Support
California’s child support laws hold both parents responsible for the financial support of their children. The obligation to pay for your child’s needs does not end with a divorce or separation. Parents who never marry do not avoid their responsibility to support their children financially. To ensure parents provide for their children, California adopted statewide… read more
How to Get a Summary Dissolution of Marriage in San Diego, CA
Puja Sachdev | February 17, 2022 | Divorce
The divorce process for many people is not as complicated as it appears. Many divorces in California are simple, uncontested divorces. The parties agree to the terms of the divorce, so the process is relatively easy and quick. However, California offers an even easier, quicker, and less costly option for legally ending a marriage than… read more
Is Celebrity Divorce More Common in California?
Puja Sachdev | February 9, 2022 | Divorce
Divorce in California is always difficult. But imagine your divorce taking place on a public stage, with hundreds of thousands of people voicing their take on the matter at every turn. While this may sound like a nightmare, it’s a reality for every Hollywood couple that decides to end their marriage. And unfortunately, that happens… read more
The Governator Gets Divorced: Lessons from Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver’s Split
Puja Sachdev | January 20, 2022 | Divorce
Divorce is never fun. Divorce under a spotlight is even worse. But some lessons can be learned from celebrities that go through a public divorce. In this case, we’ll look at the divorce of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver. What We Know In the case of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver, it took over ten… read more
San Diego County Family Law Courts
Puja Sachdev | January 5, 2022 | Family Law
Family law courtrooms are a place where emotions tend to run high. After all, issues related to family law are often difficult. When you begin legal proceedings in a family law court, knowing what to expect along the way can help you to prepare to meet unique and difficult challenges. Attending Family Law Court Most… read more
Can I Get Back Together with My Ex-Spouse After Divorce?
Puja Sachdev | December 21, 2021 | Divorce
The decision to end a marriage is a big one. The decision to try again with a former spouse is an even bigger one. The smart way to handle such a situation is to be aware of the possible legal ramifications of overturning a divorce settlement. A second chance is possible, but legally, it might… read more
What’s Attorney-Client Privilege?
Puja Sachdev | December 10, 2021 | Family Law
It can be difficult to disclose sensitive personal information to a stranger. Therefore, when you decide to talk to a family law attorney, you want to know that what you say will be held in confidence. You may not want your partner to learn about what you say to a lawyer. Attorney-client privilege can give… read more