Moving forward with a divorce ITunes podcast

In this podcast episode, San Diego Divorce and child custody attorney, Brian A. Victor discusses the process of moving forward with a divorce or child custody case. Listen to Attorney Victor as he provides insight into the necessary information that can help a client understand if they are ready for moving forward with a divorce or child custody matter. Also, discussed in this podcast is information about the court process and how it relates to a client moving forward with a divorce or child custody matter. Attorney Brian A. Victor has experience both in the field of psychology as well as divorce and child custody in San Diego. He worked at Family Court Services in San Diego where he created and recommended to family court judges parenting plans for parents unable to reach agreement on a child custody plan. Remember to subscribe to Attorney Victor’s podcast on iTunes so as not to miss any important discussions regarding divorce and child custody. Listen to ITunes Podcast Moving Forward With A Divorce For more information regarding Attorney Brian A....

San Diego Divorce Attorney Brian A. Victor Named to the 2018 Super Lawyers California Rising Stars list.

March 19, 2018 San Diego Divorce Attorney Brian A. Victor Named to the 2018 Super Lawyers California Rising Stars list. We are pleased to announce that San Diego Divorce Attorney Brian A. Victor, of the Law Offices of Brian A. Victor, has been selected to the 2018 Super Lawyers California Rising Stars list. This is an exclusive list, recognizing no more than 2.5 percent of attorneys in the state. This is Attorney Victor’s 4th time being selected to this exclusive list. He has been named to the Super Lawyers California Rising Stars List from 2015-2018. Super Lawyers, part of Thomson Reuters, 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 multi-phase process that includes: 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 referring attorneys and consumers seeking legal counsel. The Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists are published nationwide in Super Lawyers Magazines and in leading city and regional magazines and newspapers across the country, as well as the Minnesota Super Lawyers Digital Magazine. Please join us in congratulating San Diego Divorce Attorney Brian A. Victor on his selection. For more information regarding San Diego Divorce Attorney Brian A....

Attorney Brian Victor Podcast Episode 18: Preparing for Divorce Podcast on YouTube

Preparing for divorce? San Diego divorce and child custody lawyer Brian A. Victor discusses the topic of preparing for divorce in this podcast episode featured on YouTube. He specifically details the concerns that should be focused on when preparing for divorce and what items an attorney may need from you before you can begin preparing for divorce in court.  Other considerations are discussed regarding decisions to be made when preparing for divorce. Attorney Brian A. Victor discusses divorce and child custody issues. He brings more than 11 years experience recommending parenting plans to judges while working at Family Court Services in San Diego. Attorney Brian A. Victor is a family law attorney in San Diego, California. He accepts cases ranging from divorce, child custody, child support, spousal support, and guardianship. discusses what is necessary for improving ineffective co-parenting skills. Also, discussed is the use of co-parenting classes whether court-ordered or not and how they can benefit you when improving ineffective co-parenting skills. Preparing for divorce can be difficult especially when you do not know what you will need to present your case to court. Attorneys will ask for many important documents and it is important to be ready with these documents when you first meet with your attorney. Also, your attorney will prepare additional documents to present to the judge so be sure to discuss with your attorney what they require from you so you can be best prepared. This YouTube Podcast is presented as information only and not to be considered as legal advice. For additional information contact the Law Offices of Brian A. Victor at www.brianvictorlaw.com   To listen...

Preparing for divorce

Happy New Year and welcome to the first blog of 2018. In this blog I am going to be talking about the best ways for preparing for divorce. I found that as the new year begins people contemplate what is right and what may not be quite so positive in their lives. One big area people look at is their marriage. They begin to assess what they enjoy about being with their spouse and what needs some work. The holidays provide a great precursor to this reflection as that is usually time that spouses spend together and with their family. Too often I have heard people come into my office and tell me that the holidays that just ended were the breaking point of the marriage. People realize at that point their relationship is over and they have now decided to do something about that. When prospective clients come to me they usually have spent time reflecting on their decision to get divorced and have either contemplated or attempted counseling, but to no avail. I have yet to have one person come to me and say I woke up this morning and made the decision to get divorced. If this did happen, I would tell them that they should think about this decision and think about the possible repercussions before coming back to me to begin the divorce process. Helpful List to Begin a Divorce I am often asked by prospective clients what I need to help prepare to file their divorce matter. The answer of course varies from case to case. I am going to provide a basic...

improving ineffective co-parenting skills

For this blog post I am going to continue to discuss the topic of co-parenting and what one can do to improve ineffective co-parenting skills. In my last blog I discussed inappropriate co-parenting and the pitfalls associated with it especially as it relates to children of divorce and custody. For this blog post I am going to take this question one step further and talk about how to resolve the issue of ineffective co-parenting so that it does not negatively affect your children, but rather how positive co-parenting may help your children. All too often, people grow accustomed to and even accept inappropriate styles of communication. What I mean by that is people learn how to communicate with others by what they have seen modeled before them whether it be in their relationship with their parents or in their relationship with a significant other. If the styles of communication they learn is ineffective it can affect their ability to communicate and in turn co-parent as they get older. While you are probably not able to change the behavior of your parents on your own, you can understand when a change needs to be made in your own co-parenting behavior. Recognizing there is a problem in your own skills of co-parenting is the first step for making positive change. Hopefully, this change can come prior to negatively affecting a marriage or dating relationship. Too often, however, ineffective co-parenting skills negatively affect one’s marriage or dating relationship to the point that it is too late to save. Unfortunately, this can also negatively affect one’s children in the process. As I just...

Attorney Brian Victor Podcast Episode 16: Co-parenting With An Unwilling Co-parent on YouTube

San Diego divorce and child custody lawyer Brian A. Victor discusses how co-parenting can work with an unwilling co-parenting parent in this podcast episode featured on YouTube. Other considerations are discussed regarding their effect on the child custody parenting plan. It is extremely important to understand how to co-parent effectively and how poor co-parenting skills negatively affect children. Co-parenting classes should be taken to help improve ineffective co-parenting skills.  Attorney Brian A. Victor discusses divorce and child custody issues. He brings more than 11 years experience recommending parenting plans to judges while working at Family Court Services in San Diego. This is the 16th podcast episode by Attorney Brian A. Victor. In this particular podcast episode there is a discussion of how co-parenting can work with an unwilling co-parenting parent when creating a child custody parenting plan. Attorney Victor discusses child custody, divorce, co-parenting and other pertinent topics related to family law in his podcast episodes. Most people have questions about family law; divorce and the child custody parenting plan in particular. Attorney Brian A. Victor focuses on his experience when discussing these issues.  These podcasts are not meant to provide legal advice, but rather general information and should not be relied on for legal advice. To listen to this podcast go to Attorney Brian A. Victor YouTube...