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Do you need emancipation as a minor?

While many parents and children choose to remain in their traditional roles until the child leaves the home, this is not always the case. In some instances, a legal minor may wish to emancipate him or herself from parents, either for professional or personal reasons. This is not terribly common in all areas of the country, it is still a regular part of family law.

Appealing a divorce order

Few professions actively join unavoidably personal matters and legal disputes the way that a family law or divorce practice does. Your clients may assume that your services as a family law attorney are limitless, or may not realize just how much you truly can do for them. Either way, you face the difficult task of not only delivering results that your client needs, but also managing their expectations.

Have a plan for disaster in child custody cases

Nobody can see into the future to plan for every situation that might come up. When you have a child custody case, you might have to try your best to think about what disasters you might face so that you can plan for those. We know that this might be difficult but there are some situations that should be discussed now.

Becoming a foster parent is an enormous responsibility

Choosing to care for children in the foster care system is special privilege and responsibility that very few individuals ever experience, despite the great need for more foster families throughout California and the country as a whole. If you believe that serving as foster parents with your significant other or as a single person may be a good fit, you should make sure that you fully understand the requirements you must meet and the difficulties you may face.