San Diego Residents have to factor in family, property and finances when considering divorcing their spouses. Jeremy Martin, San Diego Divorce Attorney knows this process represents a major change in anyone’s life. He understands how important it is for you … Continue reading

Child Custody

California Child Custody and Visitation laws can be daunting for any parent facing paternity suits whether the the parties were ever married or not. Maintaining a consistent parenting plan for your children is the most important decision you can make.  … Continue reading

Child Support

Child Support is required in the State of California.  Many options are available to determine the correct amount and the payment schedule for child support.  There are also other considerations such as health insurance, daycare, extracurricular costs for your children. … Continue reading

Settlement & Mediation

Mediation can be used to avoid the Court process.  You and your spouse can use the same attorney to mediate an amicable resolution to your divorce.  When children are involved the mediation process can lessen conflict and help provide stability. … Continue reading

Landlord Tenant Disputes (Unlawful Detainer)

Unlawful Detainer is an action filed by a landlord to evict a tenant from a rental.  The landlord and tenant both have legal rights and responsibilities whether or not they entered into a rental agreement.  Landlords can evict a tenant … Continue reading


An Annulment or Ghet is available in limited circumstances when divorce is not appropriate.  Religious considerations may be an important factor for one or both parties.   Some need an Annulment or Ghet for a marriage of short duration.  If … Continue reading

Stepparent Adoptions

Stepparent Adoptions is available when an existing parent and their new spouse want to legally adopt a stepchild.  An agreement can be made between the biological parents and the stepparent to accomplish a Stepparent Adoption.  The Court can also issue … Continue reading

Post Judgment Modifications

Post-Judgment Modifications are available in both Divorce and Paternity matters.  Circumstances often change after a Judgment has been entered which require the parties to request a change.  For example, when there is a change in income for either party it … Continue reading

Prenuptial Agreements

Prenuptial Agreements provide certainty in the unfortunate event of Divorce. Prenuptial Agreements are legal contracts between potential spouses with regard to their legal rights pertaining to existing property, future property, and/or Spousal Support.  Prenuptial Agreements cannot be used for every situation such … Continue reading

Domestic Partnerships

Domestic Partnership has a new partner in the form of full marriage equality.  Domestic Partnership is still available but Marriage may be a better option depending on your particular needs.  The United States Supreme Court recently decided that Federal benefits … Continue reading

Military Divorce

Military divorce is significantly different than a civilian divorce.  The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act affects the legal rights and responsibilities of the parties.  If either party is a member of the military, it is important to understand that there is … Continue reading


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If you were never married to the other parent of your child you still have legal rights and responsibilities.  First, there must be a preliminary determination of Paternity.  The parties can agree that they are both the parents of a … Continue reading