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    • Family Law Attorneys Help You Determine Your Child Support

      Each parent is legally obligated to support their children. When the parents separate or the marriage dissolves, there is the issue of child support from the noncustodial parent. California, like ...

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    • Professional Athletes and Child Support Obligations

      Recently, Dodger’s Star Carl Crawford was brought back into court because the mother of his child requested to temporarily raise his child support payment from $5,000 a year to a “reasonable” $15,000 ...

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    • Determining Child Support in California

      On May 3, 2014 Latin and American pop singer Marc Anthony took the stand in his child support case with his ex-wife, Dayanara Torres, who is requesting $100,000 more a month in child support from him. ...

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    • Deferred Action Community Forum! 7/11/2012

      Dream Law will be attending a deferred action community forum hosted by the Asian Pacific American Legal Center (APALC) on July 11, 2012. This will be a great event to learn more about Deferred ...

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    • Deferred Action Forum Main Points

      Tonight’s Community Forum on Deferred Action (DA) for Dreamers hosted by the Asian Pacific American Legal Center (APALC) was packed by an enthusiastic crowd from all ages and backgrounds. A panel of ...

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    • DACA Renewals: How to Renew your Deferred Action Application.

      Last week, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced details of the renewal process for the hugely popular and successful deferred action for childhood arrivals program. ...

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    • DACA and Marriage to US Citizen

      There are a number of people who are eligible for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals that are currently married to a United States citizen. Because of this, many worry that applying for DACA may ...

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    • Avoid Scams: “Notarios” and Attorney Guarantees

      With so many eligible people interested in Deferred Action, many are seeking ways to get the most efficient legal help with their application. That said, please beware of the people trying to take ...

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    • Transitioning: Life After Divorce Brings Big Challenges

      Almost anyone who has been through a divorce will agree that it’s a difficult process. But the real challenge begins when the negotiations are over, the papers are signed, and you find yourself facing ...

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    • 46 Years Ago, California Passed the First No Fault Divorce Law

      Divorce may seem like a relatively modern trend from the second half of the 20th century, but divorce and determining the “lawful” reasons to justify it goes back thousands of years. Even the bible ...

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    • What Giada De Laurentis’ divorce can teach you about prenups

      While prenups were once the provenance of celebrity couples and wealthy families, they are something more and more married couples-to-be are including in their wedding plans. This is likely due to ...

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    • How to Find a Pasadena Family Law Attorney For Your Case

      Let’s face it, if you are looking for a family law attorney in Pasadena, you are probably experiencing a difficult time. Whether you’re just considering filing for divorce, are in the process of ...

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    • Family Law Issues: Don’t Go It Alone

      Any legal issue that concerns you and your family is a very important matter — too important to take on without professional legal guidance. Family law is an area of law that is highly specialized and ...

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    • What the Obergefell Decision Means for Establishing Parentage in California

      In June 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down a landmark decision in the case of Obergefell v. Hodges . Based on its ruling, same-sex marriages could no longer be denied and the marital privileges ...

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    • Does the US Work Permit for Asylum Seekers Discourage Applicants?

      The wording on the Statute of Liberty near New York’s Ellis Island – the port of entry to the United States of millions of immigrants between 1892 and 1954 – reads, in part, “Give me your tired, your ...

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    • Types of Persecution Accepted in an Asylum Application

      If you are facing persecution in your home country, particularly if the persecution stems from your sexual orientation,asylum may be one of the ways in which you and your family can emigrate to the ...

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    • Where the 2016 Presidential Candidates Stand on Immigration Reform

      There are an estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants currently residing in the United States. This is one of the most controversial issues on the Presidential campaign trail. Very few candidates ...

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    • I’m Married – Is it Too Late for a Pre-Nuptial Agreement?

      I’m Married – Is it Too Late for a Pre-Nuptial Agreement? An Introduction to Post-Marital Agreements By Sanjay A. Paul, Esq. Attorney at Law For most couples planning their nuptials, discussions of ...

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    • What Couples Should Know Before Getting Married

      If you are going to be getting married soon, chances are the words “prenuptial agreement” have crossed your mind, but you don’t know much about it (don’t worry, most people don’t:) and you’ve been ...

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    • Marriage Checklist – Legal Paperwork After Getting Married

      So you made it through the marriage license process and got married? Congratulations! Now you are legally one family unit in the eyes of the government, but not in the eyes of anyone else . . . yet. ...

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    • Five Takeaways from The Supreme Court Ruling in Favor of Same-Sex Marriage

      On June 26, 2015, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) decided the case of Obergefell v. Hodges . The case made its way from the District Court in Ohio, where it was originally filed and ...

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