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Facebook is an excellent way to connect. It can also be damaging.

On behalf of?Kaspar & Lugay LLP?posted on Wednesday, March 29, 2017. From Facebook to Instagram to Twitter – these 21st Century platforms provide the ability to see inside the daily, private life of an individual like never before. A follower can see photos or videos of an individual’s recent trip abroad, a new baby-even a …

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Unique challenges for divorcing same-sex couples

On behalf of?Kaspar & Lugay LLP?posted in?Same-Sex Divorce?on Tuesday, January 31, 2017. Same-sex couples are allowed to marry and divorce in California. Unfortunately, despite the legality of it, same-sex divorce can be very complicated, even more so than other divorces. Here are some of the big challenges you should consider if you are heading into …

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‘Tis the season to review your custody agreement

On behalf of?Kaspar & Lugay LLP?posted in?Child Custody and Support?on Tuesday, December 5, 2017. For a lot of families in California, December holidays mean travelling to see loved ones all over the state, country or sometimes the world. While these journeys may be relatively easy for most families, separated, divorced and blended families often have …

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Is litigation, mediation or collaboration right for your divorce?

On behalf of?Kaspar & Lugay LLP?posted in?Divorce?on Friday, August 4, 2017. Whether you are reluctant or onboard with ending a marriage, the divorce process cannot be initiated or even completed without a method for spouses to dissolve their union. While many couples in California and elsewhere are likely to embark in the process through litigation, …

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Modifying Child Custody/Visitation Orders

By?Brent Kaspar?of?Kaspar & Lugay LLP?posted in?Family Law?on Thursday, August 6, 2015. Child custody and visitation orders generally are modifiable throughout the child’s adolescence (generally up to age of 18) whenever the court finds a modification is “necessary or proper” in the child’s best interests. [Fam.C. ? 3022; see also Fam.C. ?? 3087 & 3088.] Because …

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How California judges decide on a fair custody arrangement

On behalf of?Kaspar & Lugay LLP?posted in?Family Law?on Monday, August 29, 2016. For parents, few things matter more than being able to see their children on a regular basis and building a lasting bond with them. As you can imagine, divorce and legal separations can complicate matters, making it difficult for parents to regularly see …

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What parents can learn from Kelly Rutherford’s custody battle

On behalf of?Kaspar & Lugay LLP?posted in?Child Custody and Support?on Friday, March 3, 2017. Since 2012, Gossip Girl actress, Kelly Rutherford continues to captivate imaginations with her spectacularly dramatic legal battles. She lost a six year international custody war with her German husband. She subsequently filed for bankruptcy which she was granted this year. It …

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