Month: November 2015

Family Law

Securing Client Information in an Electronic Environment. Part 1 of 2.

Today I am going to discuss electronic security as it applies to law firms. This is important information for both counsel and client: if you are a client, your privacy is at risk if your attorney is not honoring his...

November 29, 2015
Family Law

There’s No More “Lifestyle to Which You’ve Become Accustomed.”

It amazes me, in this day and age, to hear so many women clinging to the belief that their future ex-husband must support them in the lifestyle to which they have become accustomed. While not precisely an urban myth, for...

November 21, 2015
Family Law

A Box of Cheerios

In the midst of all the news - the awful tragedies in Paris and Lebanon, the Republican and Democratic debates, the national debt, and so forth - I don't feel like writing about the law tonight. Tonight I am thinking...

November 15, 2015
Child Support Lawyers

Can Parents Be Required to Support Their Adult Children?

Under California Family Code Section 3910, the short answer is, "Yes." However, there are a number of conditions which must be met before any California Trial Court can order a parent to support an adult child. The statute reads: "The...

November 7, 2015
Expert Vitness in Divorce

Elder Abuse – A Rapidly Growing Societal Problem. Part 2 of 2.

Warning Signs of Elder Abuse While one sign does not necessarily indicate abuse, some tell-tale signs that there could be a problem are: Bruises, pressure marks, broken bones, abrasions, and burns may be an indication of physical abuse, neglect, or...

November 1, 2015