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Sondra Ellyn Bennaeim

Cypress Mediation Attorney.

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  1. WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF CUSTODY

    Written by attorney Sondra Bennaeim, 10 months ago.

    The difference between "physical" and "legal" custody. Physical Custody Physical custody refers to who your children live with (who has primary care of the children). Legal Custody Legal custody refer

  2. In These Tough Economic Times Divorce Mediation Makes Sense

    Written by attorney Sondra Bennaeim, over 4 years ago.

    Divorce, in the best of economies, is tough. A divorcing couple has to figure out how to support two households, with the same income that had been supporting one. For divorcing couples, money has often been a point of contention for them during their marriage. For these couples ...

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  3. How do I know if a collaborative divorce is for me?

    Written by attorney Sondra Bennaeim, over 5 years ago.

    WHAT IS A COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE? A collaborative divorce is a method of resolving issues pertaining to divorce with a team of professionals in which you craft your own agreement. You must agree to w

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  4. How do I know if divorce mediation is right for me?

    Written by attorney Sondra Bennaeim, over 5 years ago.

    WHAT IS MEDIATION? Mediation is where a neutral party (the mediator) facilitates the negotiations of the couple and tries to help them settle their case. The mediator cannot give either party legal a

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  5. What is a limited conservatorship?

    Written by attorney Sondra Bennaeim, over 5 years ago.

    WHAT IS A LIMITED CONSERVATORSHIP? Limited conservatorships are set up to assist developmentally disabled adults who are unable to provide for all their personal or financial needs. WHAT DOES A LIMIT

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  6. How to Help Your Children through a Divorce

    Written by attorney Sondra Bennaeim, about 6 years ago.

    Respect Your Child's Mother/Father Remember your child is a part of both of you. By disrespecting the other parent you are disrespecting your child. Your child starts questioning his/her worth. Do No

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