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Richard Bawden

Married Students

Legal issues come in all sizes and shapes. It has become common for married students to borrow money to pay for education or training. If

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Richard Bawden

Family Law Declarations

Many Family Law proceedings require a supporting declaration. This is where a party or witness “testifies” in writing regarding an issue or issues. Good examples

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Serina Lopez

Establishing Paternity

If a couple is unmarried and have a child together, a paternity action must be filed with the Court in order to secure orders regarding

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Serina Lopez

Annulments

There are many misconceptions about the requirements that allow a marriage annulment. If you have been married for a few days and have decided that

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Richard Bawden

Ex Parte Hearings

I just received Ex Parte (emergency hearing for request for orders) notice for a family law case for tomorrow? What happens next? Is this proper?

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Serina Lopez

Community Property

Community property is the property and debt that a husband and wife acquire during marriage. A married person may also have separate property, which is

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