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Are Fiance Visas On The Decline?

Posted on : July 11, 2019, By:  Grace Chang

What Is A Fiancé Visa? A Fiancé Visa is primarily known as the K-1 Visa and is a non-immigrant Visa which applies to foreign fiancées Of United State Citizens who want to bring their future spouse to the US. In order to initiate the K-1 Visa process, one must first file a Petition Form for […]

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Stages That Children May Go Through in a Child Custody Case

Posted on : June 25, 2019, By:  Grace Chang

Divorce and Separations Are Difficult While a divorce may be one of the most difficult decisions that you will ever have to make, it may very well come down to the fact that staying in the marriage would be even more difficult for you and your children. Divorce is not a decision that one makes […]

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Is It Important To Have A Will In California?

Posted on : May 31, 2019, By:  Grace Chang

What Happens If I Do Not Have A Will? Many people are not even aware of what the exact purpose of a Will is.  In layman’s terms, a will is a legal document that lays out how you wish to divide your property or assets after you have passed on.  A Will also allows you […]

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What Do States with The Lowest Divorce Rates Have in Common?

Posted on : April 29, 2019, By:  Grace Chang
Attorney For Divorce In Pasadena

Are you thinking about separating or filing for divorce? In the U.S., you’re not alone- this is a concern that affects plenty of people trying to determine if their relationship is over. Up to 50% of marriages in the United States will end in divorce, according to research gathered and presented by the American Psychological […]

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Using Mediation to Resolve Conflict in Divorce

Posted on : March 30, 2019, By:  Grace Chang
Pasadena Attorney For Divorce

How Mediation Can Help In Your Divorce Most couples seeking a divorce prefer not to be engaged in a long, drawn-out court battle that costs hundreds of thousands of dollars. The good news is, there is a process called mediation that allows you to work through your differences outside of court in an amicable, cost-effective […]

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