The Divorce and Family Law Practice of Bawden & Kochis
Bawden & Kochis Divorce and Family Law Attorneys
Bawden & Kochis, are family law attorneys specializing in divorce, legal separation, spousal support, child support, domestic violence and community property. Richard E. Bawden and Robert A. Kochis have a combined experience of over 40 years in family law.
Whether you are interested in a premarital agreement, mediation, filing for divorce, finally getting your child support, or determining the paternity of your child, Bawden & Kochis prove that fierce litigation and experience gets the best advice for the best results. Simply call to set your initial conference.
Why Choose Us?
We understand that family law is complex and unfamiliar to those outside of the legal profession. Our goal is to place the client first and provide aggressive, no nonsense, quality legal representation at an affordable price. While we gear the conduct of legal matters toward early resolution and…
Free Education: Divorce Steps
The following is a summary of steps that will take place concerning a dissolution of marriage action. Please be aware that not all of the issues addressed may apply to your particular case. Once the Petition for Dissolution has been filed and served, the following orders are in effect and apply to both you and your spouse. Restraining …
Free Education: Attorney Interview
You have made the painful decision to file for divorce. You’re at a loss as to how to move forward with this decision. We recommend that you personally interview an attorney with intentional questions that will educate you to know the specific philosophy and goals of a prospective law firm. The right attorney choice will make a huge difference...
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When parents divorce or were never married, the general rule is that the custodial parent (whichever parent has more overnights during a calendar year) claims the child as an exemption on his/her tax return. The other parent is the noncustodial parent. If the child was with each parent for an equal number of nights, the custodial parent […]Read more...
Depending upon the length of your marriage, you accumulate an abundance of items during marriage. In the unfortunate event of a divorce, items and property you once never imagined dividing must now be divided. If you share with family and/or friends that you and your spouse are at a point in your Dissolution of Marriage process of […]Read more...
Family Code Section 4337 provides: “Except as otherwise agreed by the parties in writing, the obligation of a party under an order for support of the other party terminates upon the death of either party or the remarriage of the other party.” As to the written agreement required in order to waive section 4337, no […]Read more...