Monthly Archives: November 2018

Evidence for a Restraining Order

In re Marriage of Davila and Mejia addressed the notice required before a court can issue a restraining order. FACTUAL BACKGROUND OF THE RESTRAINING ORDER The parties were going through a divorce. The wife had teenage children from a previous … Continue reading

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Paternity and the Three Parent Law

C.A. v. C.P. et al., involved litigation over the fairly new three parent law and whether it applies when there is a viable marriage . FACTUAL BACKGROUND OF THE PATERNITY CASE The child who born to a couple who were … Continue reading

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Valuing a Community Property Business in a Divorce

In re Marriage of Garrity and Bishton involved the valuation of a law practice which was community property. FACTUAL BACKGROUND OF THE DISSOLUTION The parties in this marriage were only married three years. They were both attorneys and both had … Continue reading

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