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A DodgerDivorce attorney not only understands your current situation, but also has experience helping clients in similar situations find solutions to resolve their proceedings with positive results. The DodgerDivorce family lawyer or divorce lawyer will help you understand all your options, which means you should consult one if you are even only considering the possibility of a separation or divorce.

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Getting a divorce can have serious, long-term effects, both emotionally and legally. There are also strict legal requirements that cover everything from choosing a method of legal separation to selecting where and how to file, to deciding how the property should be divided. The divorce process can be confusing, especially without legal assistance. DodgerDivorce firm can connect you with trusted divorce lawyers in California to guide you through the divorce process and minimize the stress you experience during this difficult time.

Termination of Parental Rights

There are multiple reasons why someone’s parental rights should be terminated. Maybe you wish to adopt a child, or the other individual is unfit to be a parent. Regardless, certain conditions have to be met before someone can be stripped of their parental rights.

Protective Orders

Protective orders offer enforceable protection for you and your family. These orders can actually prohibit the offending party from even getting near your family members. If the prohibited party violates the terms of the order, they are in violation of the law and can be taken into custody.

Paternity Suits

Resolving Disputes Through Paternity Actions! When both parties do not agree on the identity of the father, the court will order the DNA test that will establish legal parentage. Our law firm can arrange for this painless test, which involves comparing the cheek swabs of the adult and child.

Collaborative Law Divorce

The Collaborative Divorce Process is different because it enables the couple to create their own customized divorce, focusing on protecting their families and preserving their resources and assets through solution-oriented, interest-based negotiations. There are no court hearings, it is less stressful, and the final outcome is better for the couple, their family, and their estate.

Child Custody and Visitation

The law says who can make major decisions about children's lives—decisions about their home, their health, and their schooling. These guides and articles can help you establish, modify, and enforce custody and visitation in California as family court. You can have a custody case independent of a divorce.

Temporary Restraining Orders

Family law cases (such as divorce or custody cases) can take a long time (especially if the case is contested). While your case is pending (waiting to be finished), you may need orders about your children or use of your property. If so, you can ask the judge to make temporary orders.

Child Support and Medical Support

Under California law, you have a duty to support your children. This means a court may order you to pay money as child support. The court may also order you to provide health insurance, medical support, and dental support. This section can help you understand your support duties and can help establish, change, and enforce child support.

Domestic (Family, Dating) Violence

Family or dating violence is also known as intimate partner violence or domestic violence. Family violence also includes abuse of children. The abuse can take place in various forms. This section provides information and resources for survivors of family or dating violence.

Divorce Mediation & Arbitration

In short, arbitration and mediation leave the individual parties in control of the final settlement. Most divorcing couples also find that the collaborative law process reduces legal fees significantly.


Adopting a child is one of the happiest and most rewarding moments in a person’s life. There may be lots of steps between making the decision to adopt and giving a child a new home—we are here to support you all the way.

Grandparent’s Rights

Grandparents have no automatic legal right to see their grandchildren. But the Los Angeles courts will grant visitation, and sometimes custody, to grandparents in certain situations. Asserting your rights as a grandparent requires skilled representation by an experienced family law attorney.

Your Mental & Physical Well Being Must Remain Strong Through the Divorce Process

The DodgerDivorce recommends that you try your best to maintain your mental and physical health through the divorce process. Whether you want the divorce or not, if it has progressed to a point where you are seeking counsel, you will undoubtedly experience much anxiety. The best way to maintain your mental and physical health through the process is to seek counseling, eat right, get plenty of sleep, and exercise regularly to blow off steam.

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We understand that family law issues involve times of personal crisis. It is important to obtain family law separation legal advice before you attempt to address important issues, such as the arrangements for your children and division of your property, to help you make the best decisions you possibly can for yourself and your family.

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What are the Grounds for Applying for a Divorce in the Family Courts

The sole ground for divorce is the ‘irretrievable breakdown’ of the marriage. This is proven by showing that the parties have separated for a continuous period of at least 12 months immediately before the divorce application. The Court must be satisfied that the parties have been separated for 12 months and are unlikely to start living together again. The Court will consider the couple to be separated even if it was only one party who initiated or caused the separation.  The court also must consider whether proper arrangements have been made for the minor children (under 18 years) of the parties.

The parties may be held to have separated even if they have continued to live in the same home. In such cases the court will normally require other people (friends or family) to provide an affidavit supporting the separation under the same roof.

The question of whether the marriage has broken down, depends upon the facts of each case. Factors which may indicate marriage breakdown, include whether or not:

■  there is communication between the parties and sexual intercourse;
■  the couple are dwelling under the same roof;
■  the couple spend time together socially;
■  there is public recognition of each other as spouses;
■  there is economic or financial unity or co-operation;
■  there is private acceptance of each other as spouses;
■  the couple nurture and support the children of the marriage.

How is a Divorce Application made?

To apply for a divorce, an Application for Divorce needs to be filed in the court and an application fee be paid unless you are exempt for some reason.  An application can be made by one party or by both. A joint applicaiton does simplify the process and there is no need to appear in Court. A divorce lawyer can make the process hassle free and save your time.

We are often instructed to undertake divorce applications so please feel free to contact us. 


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