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Differences Between Legal and Physical Child Custody 

If you have children in the state of California and you’ve filed for divorce, it’s essential to understand that there are two types of child custody that the courts will litigate during your divorce proceedings. California law requires parents to create a custody and visitation…

7 Signs of Parental Alienation

After a divorce or a child custody case, parents must abide by a court-ordered child custody schedule.  While this is never an easy situation, it can be even more difficult when you fear your co-parent is trying to alienate you from your children or you…

Can a Child Refuse Visitation in California?

Once a visitation agreement is in place with your co-parent, you hope that it runs smoothly. To this point, your children had expressed a reluctance or even complained when it was time to visit their other parent, but now they refuse to go. If you…