Many assume that once your divorce has been finalized and your divorce decree has been filed that they have no recourse to change the terms of their divorce. A final decree, referred to as "Final Judgment and the Dissolution of Marriage" in California, is often the last word in regard

Divorce cases are often quite stressful. Yet, when the divorce involves children and having to endure child custody hearings, the situation can become even more challenging, especially when the parents have a tumultuous relationship. In these high-conflict custody cases, a "minor's counsel" may be appointed by either the court or

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