Documents necessary for divorce

This new podcast on iTunes by Attorney of child custody in San Diego, Brian A. Victor is available now.  It discusses the documents necessary for divorce. Specifically, what documents you may need to have for your attorney when you are ready to move forward on your divorce matter. Listen to Attorney Victor as he provides insight into the documents necessary for divorce.  Learn the importance of understanding why certain documents are necessary to provide during the divorce process as well as the documents necessary for divorce that should be obtained prior to meeting with an attorney. Listen to the podcast here:   Mr. Victor worked at Family Court in San Diego for over 11 years providing child custody mediation reports to family court judges. He uses that experience in his own practice representing clients in their divorce and child custody cases. He is also a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and understands the stress and grief that can be associated with a divorce or child custody matter. Mr. Victor is a divorce and child custody attorney at the Law Offices of Brian A. Victor. www.brianvictorlaw.com Remember to subscribe to Attorney Victor’s podcast on iTunes so as not to miss any important discussions regarding divorce and child custody. The information provided in this podcast and blog is to inform rather than to provide legal advice. And nothing in this podcast creates an attorney client relationship.  If you have questions about your legal matter, contact San Diego family lawyer, Brian A. Victor at 858-633-3529 to guide you through the...

Child custody issues when ending a dating relationship

This new podcast on iTunes by Attorney of child custody in San Diego, Brian A. Victor is available now.  It discusses child custody issues when ending a dating relationship. Specifically, the differences in child custody issues when ending a dating relationship vs. when divorcing.  Listen to Attorney Victor as he provides insight into the issues and differences in child custody issues when ending a dating relationship rather than in a divorce situation.  Learn the importance of understanding how dating relationships and divorce are similar and different when it relates to child custody issues. Listen to the podcast here:   Mr. Victor worked at Family Court in San Diego for over 11 years providing child custody mediation reports to family court judges. He uses that experience in his own practice representing clients in their divorce and child custody cases. He is also a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and understands the stress and grief that can be associated with a divorce or child custody matter. Mr. Victor is a divorce and child custody attorney at the Law Offices of Brian A. Victor. www.brianvictorlaw.com Remember to subscribe to Attorney Victor’s podcast on iTunes so as not to miss any important discussions regarding divorce and child custody. The information provided in this podcast and blog is to inform rather than to provide legal advice. And nothing in this podcast creates an attorney client relationship.  If you have questions about your legal matter, contact San Diego family lawyer, Brian A. Victor at 858-633-3529 to guide you through the...

Father’s Day and Mother’s Day in divorce and child custody disputes

This new podcast on iTunes by San Diego Family Law Attorney, Brian A. Victor is available now.  It discusses the effects that Father’s Day and Mother’s Day in divorce and child custody disputes can have on children. Learn how to resolve issues associated with these holidays in order to minimize the stress they can have on your children. Learn the importance of setting aside your negative feelings towards the other parent in order to allow your child to enjoy Father’s Day and Mother’s day in divorce and child custody disputes.  Listen to the podcast here:   Mr. Victor worked at Family Court in San Diego for over 11 years providing child custody mediation reports to family court judges. He uses that experience in his own practice representing clients in their divorce and child custody cases. He is also a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and understands the stress and grief that can be associated with a divorce or child custody matter. Mr. Victor is a divorce and child custody attorney at the Law Offices of Brian A. Victor. www.brianvictorlaw.com If you have questions about your legal matter, contact San Diego family lawyer, Brian A. Victor at 858-633-3529 to guide you through the...

Super Lawyers 2019 California Rising Stars

Super Lawyers 2019 California Rising Stars San Diego Divorce and Child Custody Attorney Brian A. Victor has been selected to the Super Lawyers 2019 California Rising Stars list. This is the fifth year in a row Attorney Victor has been selected for this honor! Attorney Brian A. Victor has been presented this honor from 2015-2019. This is an exclusive list, recognizing no more than 2.5 percent of the lawyers in the state. Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters business, is a research-driven, peer influenced rating service of outstanding lawyers who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. Attorneys are selected from more than 70 practice areas and all firm sizes, assuring a credible and relevant annual list. The annual selections are made using a patented multiphase process thatincludes:• Peer nominations• Independent research by Super Lawyers• Evaluations from a highly credentialed panel of attorneys The objective of Super Lawyers is to create a credible, comprehensive and diverse listing of exceptional attorneys to be used as a resource for both attorneys and consumers seeking legal counsel. The Super Lawyers lists are published nationwide in Super Lawyers Magazines and in leading city and regional magazines and newspapers across the country, as well as in the California Super Lawyers Digital Magazine and Modern Luxury San Diego. Mr. Victor worked at Family Court in San Diego for over 11 years providing child custody mediation reports to family court judges. He uses that experience in his own practice representing clients in their divorce and child custody cases. He is also a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and understands the stress an grief...

Who pays for college when I get divorced? Part 1

In this blog post, I am going to discuss a big question I get asked a lot. “Who pays for college when I get divorced?” This is a concept I hear a lot about, but there is not much information available on this topic. In fact, this is a big issue when clients come to me with children in high school or having just graduated high school. As always remember the information provided in this blog is to inform rather than to provide legal advice. First, I will discuss the steps when there is an agreement regarding paying for a child’s college tuition during a divorce. Next, I will discuss what happens when there is not an agreement to pay for a child’s college tuition during the divorce process. Attempting as best I can to answer the question, Who pays for college when I get divorced? For example, let’s say you have a child who is working hard in high school and plans to attend college. How is it determined who will pay for their college education when their parents are in the middle of getting divorced? One of the most important things to do is to discuss this upcoming situation in advance of a divorce proceeding to get an idea of both parents’ perspectives towards their belief of who is going to pay for college when I get divorced. Will it be the responsibility of one parent or will both parents share that responsibility the best they can? Of course, as an attorney, I tell all my clients to make sure that whatever they discuss is put in...