Coronavirus COVID-19 Impact on Los Angeles Divorce & Family Cases

Posted on May 7th, 2020

Resolve Your Family Law Case Without Delay! Due to Covid-19, the Los Angeles Superior Court is temporarily closed for all family law hearings except for limited matters, including Domestic Violence Restraining Orders and true emergency ex partes. It is currently unknown when the family court will re-open and when it does, in what capacity. For up to date information from… READ MORE

5 Steps to Winning a Child Custody Case when a Parent Wants to Move Away

Posted on November 16th, 2015

A “move away” case, or what other states call a “removal” case, occurs when one parent wishes to move with a child out of the state or geographical area.  These are tremendously difficult cases to litigate and for family court judges to decide. 5 Keys to Winning a Move Away Custody Case in Los Angeles County, California Whether you want… READ MORE

Final Disclosures not Required in Divorce Cases where Parties Mediate in Los Angeles

Posted on October 17th, 2014

Parties Reaching Full Settlement in Mediation Need Not Follow Certain Disclosure Rules Otherwise Applicable to Trials In the November 2013 published case of Marriage of Woolsey, the Court of Appeal dealt with a case involving the following facts: The parties married in 2001 and had two children. They separated in 2009.  Husband persuaded Wife to participate in a church-sponsored reconciliation… READ MORE