Divorce and Child Testimony: New Family Law 2012

San Diego divorce lawyer,Michele Sacks Lowenstein, Certified Family Law Specialist (CLS-F), explains a new law coming into divorvce court in 2012 which would allow for children to testify for or against their parents. In most cases, to be be allowed to testify, a child would be required to be over the age of 14 in the state of California. For more information on this new law, visit our website at www.LowensteinBrown.com Michele Sacks Lowenstein is a Certified Family Law Specialist based in San Diego. She’s a partner in Lowenstein Brown, a professional family law corporation, and has attained numerous honors, including being named a TOP San Diego lawyer in 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009 and 2011 by the San Diego Daily Transcript, recognition as an AV® rated attorney by Martindale-Hubbell, and has been repeatedly selected as a Super Lawyer. She has been practicing family law in San Diego for over 28 years. For more information about Michele Sacks Lowenstein’s experience, achievements, and qualifications, please visit http DISCLAIMER: This communication is an advertisement as defined by The Rules of Professional Conduct and California Business and Professions Code. No communication resulting herein shall create an attorney-client relationship unless a separate retainer is signed by the attorney and the client. Viewing of this web site does not constitute the provision of legal advice and no attorney-client relationship is created by viewing or responding to this website. The

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    One Response to Divorce and Child Testimony: New Family Law 2012

    1. justphil101 says:

      I live in England. Can anyone who sees this video answer me this question. WHY was the child not asked its opinion by ARBITRATION BEFORE the case was taken to court. WHY do Lawyers have to become involved. I INFORM YOU. IN COURT, the case becomes NOTHING MORE that one LAWYER trying to DEFEAT another Lawyer. The Parents or child do not matter. Am I wrong in this opinion. Want to see what happened to my FAMILY. Google:– Walsall ss-forced adoption

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