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Marshall William Waller

Woodland Hills Child Custody Lawyer.

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  1. How to Prepare for a Divorce

    Written by attorney Marshall Waller, almost 5 years ago. STAFF PICK

    Think about counseling If you are undecided about the fate of your marriage, give serious thought to getting marriage counseling. Sometimes people end up in divorce court simply because they were so

    11 people found this Legal Guide helpful

  2. How to Prepare for a Child Custody Mediation Session

    Written by attorney Marshall Waller, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK

    A successful mediation starts with a parent’s preparation, and begins with organizing background information and developing an objective perspective about the custody issues. Such organization and perspective is best achieved by creating an overview of the relationship between the parents and child.

    89 people found this Legal Guide helpful

  3. How to Calculate Child Support in California

    Written by attorney Marshall Waller, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK

    The Duty The statutory obligation for parental support of minor children is found in several locations in the Code. Generally, however, Family Code sections 3900 et seq. describe the general obligati

    22 people found this Legal Guide helpful

  4. How to Tell When You Are in Fact "Separated" from Your Spouse

    Written by attorney Marshall Waller, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK

    Can We be Separated by Just Saying We are? Moving into the the guest room, or onto the couch, or even into an apartment, doesn’t mean you are necessarily separated either. "Separation" as used in th

    42 people found this Legal Guide helpful

  5. How to Hire a Divorce Lawyer

    Written by attorney Marshall Waller, almost 6 years ago. STAFF PICK

    I’m Thinking about a Divorce: What Do I Do Now? Developing a plan of action for handling your divorce is not all that hard to do. Sit down with a pad of paper and list the issues that you feel you wi

    14 people found this Legal Guide helpful

  6. How do reimbursement claims work in a California divorce?

    Written by attorney Marshall Waller, almost 5 years ago.

    What are we talking about here? As owners of a house, which is likely a community asset, you and your spouse both have the right to equal use of, and access to, the house. Upon separation, and until

    5 people found this Legal Guide helpful

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