Judgement Modifications

Congratulations! You’ve reached the end of a long divorce process. After months in court and depending on your situation, there is a judgment in place for child custody, visitation, property division, child support and/or spousal support. If you don’t have … Continue reading

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As Published in Family Advocate: The Deductibility of Attorney’s Fees

In a recent article in Family Advocate Magazine (Fall 2014), Los Angeles family lawyer Jennifer M. Riemer discusses the deductibility of attorney’s fees in family law cases. The Family Advocate is published by the American Bar Association. The publication is … Continue reading

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Placing a Premium on Careful Premarital Practices

Premarital agreements are ice water on romance, which is one reason they are often put off to the last minute. Sometimes, a couple waits too long and their premarital agreement, or prenup, must become a postnuptial agreement. Seven-Day Waiting Period … Continue reading

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Maneuvering Through Complex Jurisdictional Rules During Divorce

Jurisdiction issues in divorce are complex. For example, a court may have jurisdiction to dissolve a marriage, but not be able to issue binding judgments regarding support or custody. This could play out in a scenario where a California court … Continue reading

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