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The Enlightened Divorce Blog™ offers solutions to situations that people commonly encounter in relationship break up, especially in California. My vision is larger than simply to attract clients to our family law firm, although that is my desire too. I hope to help demystify the law and procedures surrounding family court litigation. I also want to share client and interest's centered peacemaking and mediation philosophies and mindfulness pointers, and to explore the best current practices in the mental health sciences that might apply to your circumstances.
The family law search engine (very upper right hand corner of every page) may aid you in finding tips and insights that are relevant to your family law matter. You will find hundreds of articles here. I maintain three websites, and the search engines on each cross over to material on all the others. The other sites are:
I provide a California Family Law Statutes portal, containing over 400 California Family Code sections, along with relevant court rules and other codes. There is commentary about them throughout these sites, including "how-to's" and practice tips.
I also offer a Family Law Forms Page which includes the California Judicial Council mandatory and optional forms with instructions on when and how to use them. I am regularly adding blogs, articles, and other useful materials.
Please feel free to write a comment on any blog - I love to respond to comments, and others may find our discussion useful. Everything you find here is original material; beginning in January, 2013, I am inviting superior legal professionals to contribute
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This Blog is intended to be informational, and its use or a response by me to inquiries from you do not establish or constitute an attorney-client relationship with our firm. Use of this website is subject to the terms of our DISCLAIMER. The contents of this Blog do not and cannot predict any outcome in your case, and our comments should not be considered as controlling or even correct as to your particular facts and situation. Each case must be analyzed on its own merits and California Family Law is constantly changing and evolving! We urge you to seek competent legal advice in your community specific to your circumstances.
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