California Family Law
Clarke Logan Young Law Office practices in the following areas of California family law: divorce (dissolution of marriage, dissolution of domestic partnerships), child custody and visitation, civil harassment, domestic violence restraining orders, equitable distribution of property (marital property, community property, separate property, quasi-community property), pension valuations, retirement plan valuations, deferred compensation, stock options, transmutation, Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDROs), child support, custodial parent liability, spousal support, paternity, paternity fraud, contempt, enforcement of judgments and orders, mediation, representation of minor children, grandparent custody rights, California Domestic Partner Rights and Responsibilities Act ("CDPRRA"), same-sex custody, same sex-parentage, partner support, pre-marital agreements (also called prenuptial agreements), marital agreements, marital settlement agreements, marriage planning, psychological issues and custody (including Borderline Personality Disorder), relocation ("move-away", "LaMusga" and "Burgess") cases, and interstate custody disputes under the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act ("UCCJEA").
The firm also practices in the following areas related to California family law: purchase and sale of residential real estate, residential and commercial leases, landlord/tenant law, property law, easements, survey disputes, foreclosure defense law, and land use law.
The firm has successfully litigated high conflict divorces in which the other party suffers from one or more psychological disorders such as Borderline Personality Disorder as well as cases involving children with special needs.
- Child Custody, Visitation and Move-Aways
- California Domestic Partner Rights & Responsibilities Act (CDPRRA)
- Divorce Mediation
- Domestic Violence Restraining Orders (DVRO)
- Marriage Planning
- Premarital/Prenuptial Agreements
- Special Needs Children and Divorce
- Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA)
- Veterans: Paternity Fraud