Author: Bradley Sandler

Can I Record My Spouse During a Divorce?

Sun 20th February, 2022 Family Law

Not all divorces are amicable, and if your spouse is making threats or being verbally abusive during a divorce, you may be tempted to record them as evidence of their behavior. However, recording your spouse in a California divorce can backfire more than you realize, and there are other ways […]

My Co-Parent is Bad Mouthing Me to Our Child: What Can I Do?

Sun 14th November, 2021 Family Law

In most California divorce cases, there is some level of animosity between spouses. These feelings can be amplified when a child is involved in the case, especially when parents do not agree on custody, visitation, or support of that child. Even if there are acrimonious feelings between spouses, those feelings […]

Creating a California Cohabitation Agreement

Sat 23rd October, 2021 Family Law

Married couples in California are provided significant protections before, during, and after a marriage with prenuptial, postnuptial, and divorce agreements. The situation is substantially different from unmarried couples, who receive no such protections under state law. However, cohabitating couples can create a cohabitation agreement with the assistance of an experienced […]