My Spouse Comes from a Family of Mentally Ill People

  My Spouse Comes from a Family of Mentally Ill People More than 50% of the population will be diagnosed with some sort of mental illness in their lifetime. Mental illness also has a genetic component. Because of this, it’s fairly common that your spouse will have a mental illness, and/or they’ll come from a…

Split Decisions: Winning Your Southern California Divorce distills a quarter-century of his wisdom and experience into practical advice anyone can use to survive the system.

Our firm is pleased to announce the publication (in Paperback and Kindle) of Split Decisions: Winning your Southern California Divorce. Every day, people in Southern California go to the family court system to battle divorce, custody, and other family law cases – which ultimately wreck their finances, their families, and their lives in the ugly…

I Was Served With Divorce Papers. What Happens if I Just Do Nothing?

I Was Served With Divorce Papers. What Happens if I Just Do Nothing? Our sympathy for the situation you’re facing but we must warn you that this is a terrible idea! Let’s talk about some of the potential consequences if you do nothing after being served with divorce papers in California. “True Default” Divorce in…

Divorce Attorney or Marriage Counselor

Divorce Attorney or Marriage Counselor: Who Should You Call?             Relationships and marriages go through fights, arguments, and disagreements. When the going gets tough, couples have to face an impossible decision: keep trying or call it quits? Which answers another question- who should you call: a divorce attorney or a marriage…

When Your Child Marries a Narcissist

When Your Child Marries a Narcissist: Advice for Parents Every parent desires to watch their child grow up, find their dream job and get married to a spectacular and kind partner. Of course, parents will be proud of their children no matter what they do, and children don’t always achieve the goals expected of them,…

Distance Learning and Child Custody in California With the re-opening (or non-re-opening) of schools in California, parents have had to determine whether they want their kids to learn in-person or follow a remote learning plan. While this may be an easy decision for parents who are still together, divorced parents have to consider how this…

Coparenting after Divorce with a Narcissist Spouse

   Coparenting after Divorce with a Narcissist Spouse Parenting after divorce requires a lot of coordinated effort from both parents. If either parent is uncooperative, it can make things difficult for the child. This struggle quadruples when one parent has a personality disorder such as narcissism.  Narcissistic traits provoke conflicts that make it hard (or…

How to Cope with a Narcissist Spouse Most advice you will read about a narcissistic spouse is about why you should leave them. While many people follow this advice and you have every right to leave a marriage that is not healthy, there are situations when some decide to stay with a mentally unwell spouse…

  Suffering from bipolar, you wear many faces but you’re not sure which one will engulf you today. It’s a whirlwind of emotions that take over when you least expect it, but not only is it a struggle for the individual themselves, but family, friends and partners too. If you’re married to someone suffering from…

  Divorce is never easy to go through, especially when it involves children. Learning to co-parent with an ex who has a mental illness can prove to be difficult, follow these tips to help guide you when co-parenting your children. Get educated. Educate yourself on your ex-partner’s mental illness, this is a great way to…

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