In California, the court will award sole or joint child custody to either one or both parents with the “best interests of the child” as the standard for any decision. Judges evaluating custody cases must consider the best interests of the children in reaching a conclusion about how parents will share time with the children….

Mediation is an alternative to litigation. It is a way for both parties in a divorce case to work together voluntarily in settling their legal disputes without going to court. In a divorce mediation, the divorcing spouses meet with a neutral third person, the mediator, and together they develop an agreement, called a Marital Settlement…

A premarital or prenuptial agreement is a contract entered into by persons intending to marry which generally includes provisions for division of property and spousal support in the event of divorce or dissolution of the marriage. In California, issues relating to the children of the marriage, in particular issues on child custody, are not allowed…

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