In 2021, the California state legislature enacted a number of laws that went into effect. Numerous new laws are intended to address new challenges that rendered ineffective previous family law legislation. Although Californians have supported the majority of the new laws, they have also voiced opposition to a few of them. Here are the most […]
To file for an uncontested divorce in Riverside County, certain residency requirements must be met. You may be wondering what these residence requirements are. To begin, one of the divorced parties must have resided in California for at least six months. Second, the same party must have resided in Riverside County for a minimum of […]
Katherine: Hello everyone and thank you so much for joining us today on “This Needs to be Said”. Our friend attorney Beshoy is going to join us. He talks about family law. Family Law Matters when you need to have an attorney and today’s topic when I heard it, I know you’re going to be […]
Circumstances oftentimes change after a court enters an initial child support order, and an ex-spouse may get to a point where he or she can’t afford child support payments any longer. These changes usually involve a job loss, career switch, or other unforeseen circumstance. In those instances, a standing child support order may need to be […]
Good morning. It is February 3rd, 2022 at 12, noon, and I am making a short video about what is domestic violence? This is just a quick rundown of the things that are considered domestic violence and how do you know whether or not you are either a victim of domestic violence or there is […]
Watch this video about Domestic Violence and Restraining Orders in Riverside County: You can read more about Domestic Violence here.