Those who are convicted of a felony in CA can expect to face a variety of life-long consequences in regards to employment, eligibility for federal aid, housing, and more. However, many people ask about one other area that isn’t always so clear: child custody, visitation, and other family law matters. In other words, are felons able to retain child custody and visitation rights?
Most of our blogs are geared towards adults and parents, but teenagers also have to endure traumatic events such as divorce and major transitions in the family. For this post, we decided to compile a set of tips geared for younger readers. Major life events such as the separation of parents can be especially traumatic for younger adults, and it’s important to acknowledge this as they often feel alone and lost while their parents continue feuding.
As many of our clients have experienced firsthand, protecting your interests is imperative during divorce proceedings in California. The attorney that you choose to represent you will play a large role in shaping the outcome of your case, and the decision of who to retain as your legal representation should not be taken lightly.
Cohabitation between unmarried partners is on the rise across the United States. Many couples are choosing to live together without formally getting married, and those who do want to get married often see cohabitation as the first step towards marriage.