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Orange County Divorce & Family Law Attorney Bettina Yanez
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✅ Divorce Attorneys and ✅ Family Lawyers
The facts are, “No one can promise you a fast divorce” the process must take its course.
FAQ:
Q: Could it take longer than the six months?

A: Yes, even though the law states that six months is the least amount of time, your dissolution of marriage could take longer if parties cannot agree.

There are several legal issues that could increase the amount of time that your dissolution could take to finalize.

Amicable agreements are not always possible; therefore, trials are necessary

Rest assured we are knowledgeable and experience in dealing with California Family Law matters. We get results in family legal matters for our clients, for instance, but not limited to divorce, child custody, paternity, child support, property division, domestic violence...

contact us for a free consultation:
Yanez & Associates Divorce & Family Law Attorneys Orange County
625 The City Dr S, #490
Orange, California 92868
United States (US)
Phone: 714-971-8000


https://www.yanezlaw.com/
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As a divorce attorney in Orange County California I am here to tell you that divorcing in California does not have to be a complicated process, but it does mean that you and your spouse or partner will need to make some decisions about the way your life will change. One of the best ways to get advice about these decisions and to understand exactly what options are available to you is to discuss your situation with a qualified divorce attorney in Southern California.

Prior to meeting with an attorney, it might make you feel more comfortable to do a little research online so that you have a basic background in the options that you have under California law. Your lawyer will help you understand how the legal options that the law provides can be applied to your case.

Yanez & Associates Divorce & Family Law Attorneys Orange County
625 The City Dr S, #490
Orange, California 92868
United States (US)
Phone: 714-971-8000

https://www.yanezlaw.com/family-law/divorce-attorney-in-orange-county-california/
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✅ The domestic violence Restraining Order lawyer;
TRO - Temporary Restraining Order attorney in Orange County

California is very proactive when domestic violence is involved; therefore, you need a family law attorney that can present your case before the court. Judges are very busy with countless family law cases before them; therefore, they want to hear the facts and the law. Moreover, you need to make your case and know the law. Whether you are the victim or abuser you both have rights. Many individuals are falsely accused of domestic violence, which can have a negative impact on their lives. False allegations of abuse are common and one cannot ignore the allegations. A restraining order can be damaging to your reputation, employment and child custody situation. If you are confronting a domestic violence restraining order it is vital that you get in touch with a domestic violence restraining order lawyer today.


Yanez & Associates Divorce & Family Law Attorneys Orange County
625 The City Dr S, #490
Orange, California 92868
United States (US)
Phone: 714-971-8000


https://www.yanezlaw.com/orange-county/domestic-violence-restraining-order-lawyer/
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✅ Tips for grandparents requesting visitation in Orange County & Los Angeles

In order to meet your goals in court, you'll need to demonstrate why granting visitation is in the grandchild's best interests.

Document everything: Keep track of all time you spend with your grandchild. Keep a log of phone calls and photos. Save copies of court orders and forms.
Stay realistic: It's best to workout visitation issues with your grandchild's parents outside the courtroom. Keep in mind, the courts may not grant your visitation request as-is – especially if the parent's do not agree.
Hire a qualified attorney: It's usually unwise to enter a courtroom without proper legal representation. An attorney can help make sure all your documents are in order and you've filled out paperwork correctly.
Grandparents' rights attorney in Orange County, CA

Contact us for a free consultation:

Yanez & Associates Divorce & Family Law Attorneys Orange County
625 The City Dr S, #490
Orange, California 92868
United States (US)
Phone: 714-971-8000

https://www.yanezlaw.com/california-family-law-attorney/can-grandparent-obtain-visitation-rights-in-orange-county-california/
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✅ How can a grandparent obtain visitation rights in Orange County, California?

Obtaining visitation rights is never an easy or simple process, but as long as you follow these steps you can avoid over-complicating the matter.

Make sure you discuss your case with an attorney. They can help you file all the proper paperwork and ensure that all your documents and evidence are in order.

This allows your case to flow smoothly which avoids errors and delays.

Check if there is an open case
Before doing anything, you'll want to check if there is already an open family court case.

If the parents have already gone through a divorce, separation, or custody agreement, then there is likely an open case. Ask the clerk at the local court about open cases and then ask for the proper paperwork.

Fill out the forms
Take your forms to a qualified attorney to avoid errors and mistakes. Unless you're a legal expert, you'll probably miss or forget something.

You'll need to file a Request for Order explaining that you are requesting visitation as well as your reason.

Review, make copies, and file your paperwork
Your attorney as well as the local court clerk should look over your paperwork and make sure everything is in order. Make sure you've filled out all the forms you need for your particular case. Some local districts may request extra forms.

Make three copies: one for you, and two for your grandchild's parents. The courts keep the original.

After you've made copies, file your forms with the court clerk or have your attorney do this.

Receive your court date
At the time of filing, the clerk may give you a court date.

This event could take place as a mediation, a court appearance in front of a judge, or both.

Parents receive the forms and you file proof
After filing paperwork with the courts, you'll need to serve your grandchild's parents with papers. All parents who have custody of the child must receive papers – this could potentially include stepparents.

The parents must receive these forms within 16 days of the court date and in certain cases, these forms must be served in-person.

After parents receive the forms, you must file proof. You'll need to specify who served the parents, how the papers were received, and when the serving took place.

Attend your court hearing
During mediation, a mediator will meet with you and the parents to facilitate conversation and hopefully reach a visitation agreement.

In court, a judge will make the final decision and sign (or deny) the order.

Contact the custody attorneys for more information and a free consultation:

Yanez & Associates Divorce & Family Law Attorneys Orange County
625 The City Dr S, #490
Orange, California 92868
United States (US)
Phone: 714-971-8000

https://www.yanezlaw.com/california-family-law-attorney/can-grandparent-obtain-visitation-rights-in-orange-county-california/
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✅ Orange County grandparents' rights attorney explains how to exercise your rights

It isn't as simple as just filing a court order and requesting visitation – your specific situation must meet certain conditions in order to qualify for visitation rights.

Make sure you understand how these rules apply to your case.

Legal matters can be traumatizing for children and could strain your relationships with family members. Talk to an Orange County grandparents' rights attorney before going forward to ensure the best outcome.

Conditions for requesting visitation
Grandparents seeking visitation must meet both conditions below before filing a court order.

The grandparents and grandchild have already established a close-knit relationship. Granting visitation would be in the grandchild's best interests because they have created a bond with the grandparent.
A grandparent's visitation time must not interfere with the parent's custody rights. The grandparent's visitation must be balanced with the parents' decisions and obligations.
Conditions for seeking guardianship
The courts generally don't want to take away a parent's custody rights unless they put the child's wellbeing at risk.

In order for a grandparent to seek guardianship of a grandchild, the parent must meet certain conditions. A grandparent may only request guardianship if the other parent cannot assume legal custody.

One or both parents must:

Have a debilitating mental illness
Are in the military or deployed overseas
Have a substance abuse problem
Be preparing to enter an inpatient rehab facility
Be entering jail or prison for an extended period of time
Have a history of domestic violence or abusive behavior
Be otherwise unable to care for the child
The goal is to place the child in a safe and stable environment. If a parent is not able to do that, the court may grant guardianship to a grandparent.

Protect your rights, contact us for a free consultation:

Yanez & Associates Divorce & Family Law Attorneys Orange County
625 The City Dr S, #490
Orange, California 92868
United States (US)
Phone: 714-971-8000


https://www.yanezlaw.com/california-family-law-attorney/understanding-grandparents-rights-in-orange-county-ca/
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✅ Goods Reasons Why You Should Find a Local Family Attorney in Orange County

FAQ: Why Find a local family attorney?

Family court cases are never simple.

Nothing is simple when family is involved, and legal issues don't make things any easier.

There's plenty of reasons why you might find yourself in family court: divorce, child custody, adoption, juvenile cases, and more.

If you aren't ready to hire an attorney, at least consider meeting with a qualified professional to discuss your case.

For more information contact us:

Yanez & Associates Divorce & Family Law Attorneys Orange County
625 The City Dr S, #490
Orange, California 92868
United States (US)
Phone: 714-971-8000




https://www.yanezlaw.com/california-family-law/14-reasons-find-a-local-family-attorney-orange-county/
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