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Nothing contained on the pages of this website is intended nor shall it be construed as legal advice. Nothing contained in this website is intended to apply to your specific facts or situation. 

California law can change and/or is updated from year to year, including statutes, codes, rules and even appellate cases (if they are overruled). This can change the law’s application and intent in significant ways. Do not assume the law cited at the time the article was written on this site has remained the law. Speak to a lawyer about the current state of the law.

The specific facts of your case dictate what result you may get. Even if you think there are similarities between your facts and the facts of cases stated on this website, that does not mean you will get the same result. Nothing written on this website should be taken as a guarantee, warranty, prediction or representation about the results of your case or your situation. There are too many variables at issue including but not limited the family law judge that will be assigned to your case, how your spouse responds to the case, issues and allegations, the competence level of your spouse’s lawyer, your level of cooperation and reasonableness and others. Use your common sense. Just like everyone is different, every case is different.

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Now that we have all of that out of the way, please read our site for helpful California family law information.