Family Law deals with especially sensitive issues that can
have life-long emotional and financial effects. It is a specialized area
of law, requiring specific training in negotiation and litigation
skills, taxation, property and business evaluation, as well as a
knowledge of constantly changing rules and procedures.
The law office of Glen L. Rabenn is devoted exclusively to the
practice of Family Law. With more than 32 years of hands-on experience,
Mr. Rabenn offers a comprehensive understanding of the legal and human
issues involved in all areas of Family Law:
The Collaborative Divorce process involves the assembly of a team of
professionals who are all dedicated to achieving an amicable resolution
of the divorce without going to court. In addition to the attorneys, the
team includes four other professionals.
Divorce Coaches: Each spouse has his/her own mental
health professional who serves as a "divorce coach," assisting the
spouse in dealing with the emotional and child-related issues in the
Child Specialist: A third mental health professional who focuses on the needs of the children
Financial Specialist: A financial expert who assists the spouses in creating household budgets and dividing the community property
Be sure to visit Glen's California Divorce blog
for discussions of California Family Law topics, including recent
appellate court decisions, new family law statutes, Collaborative
Divorce, child support, child custody, spousal support and division of
The law office of Glen L. Rabenn is devoted exclusively to the practice
of Family Law. With more than 30 years of hands-on experience, Mr.
Rabenn offers a comprehensive understanding of the legal and human
issues involved in all areas of Family Law
Created On: 11/11/2010
The following are words and phrases that are often used in Family Law proceedings. Actuary: Expert hired to determine the value of a pension plan. Ante-nuptial Agreement: Agreement entered into before marriage...
Created On: 01/21/2009
What is community property?
California law defines community property as any asset acquired or income earned by a married person while living with a spouse. Separate property is defined as anything acquired by a spouse before the marriage, during the marriage by gift, devise, or bequest, and after the parties separate.