In recognition of the 50-year anniversary of California's signing of the first no-fault law in the United States, Nathalie Paluch and the Law Office of Peter A. Lauzon was featured in the Long Beach Press-Telegram! Read the article here...
In observance of World Adoption Day adoption attorney Nathalie Paluch, of the Law Office of Peter A. Lauzon, offers tips for passing the home study and interview required for many international adoptions this November 9, 2018.
Co-parenting is one of the most promising of emerging trends for parents who are looking to do what is best for their kids after a divorce. If you want to avoid the tension and stress that so often accompanies custody disputes, it may be the best option for your family. This can be complicated, however, if one parent moves away and no longer lives in close proximity to the children. If you are attempting to balance long distance co-parenting, the following tips may be helpful.
In an ideal situation, parenting has plenty of challenges. Something that's come to the forefront of the parenting landscape these days is co-parenting. There has been plenty written about the difficulties and breakthroughs of this subject. Everyone would agree that co-parenting isn't easy.
It's no surprise that when you go through a divorce, there's a lot of divorce jargon that will get thrown around, used in documents and ultimately end up in an agreement. What does it mean when your soon-to-be ex says they are a victim of inhuman treatment? What happens when they throw around terms about earning capacity and lifestyle after divorce? How do you determine with is community property and what is separate property?