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Can I represent myself? Short Answer: YES!

When is money NOT a factor for every decision we make, then we would not care for the word, “affordable.” But, if you are reading this, then more likely than not, you don’t have funds set aside for legal services. 

If you have the time (approximately 3-8 hours worth), then you can tap into resources readily available in your county. Since we are primarily based out of San Diego, we’ll provide you some information for resources here.

 

Protecting Our Military Service Members From Child Custody Litigation

It is no secret that San Diego County is a military town. Often times, military families face very challenging and unique circumstances, especially when service members are subject to deployment. One of the most common domestic issues amongst military families is child custody issues. In California, service members are protected under Family Code Section 3047. In summary, a parent's deployment is not, by itself, sufficient to modify visitation orders. In fact, Family Code Section 3047 (e) provides: It is the intent of the Legislature that this section provide a fair, efficient, and expeditious process to resolve child custody and visitation issues when a party receives temporary duty, deployment, or mobilization orders from the military.

 
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