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B. Robert Farzad
B. Robert Farzad is a California licensed attorney and the president of Farzad Family Law, APC, located in Santa Ana, Orange County. He is an avid writer on divorce, family law and parenting issues. He became a divorce lawyer to help husbands and wives through one of the most difficult chapters of their lives and to turn the page with integrity and honor, intact. Mr. Farzad is a member of the California State Bar and both the Orange County and Los Angeles County Bar Associations.

Mr. Farzad's blogs on the Huffington Post are not legal advice. Please consult with an attorney in your State if you have questions about your specific factual situation.

Entries by B. Robert Farzad

The Ray Rice Video Has Taught You Nothing

(11) Comments | Posted September 9, 2014 | 10:22 AM

I am not going to post the video here. Haven't seen it? Google it.

I had never heard of Ray Rice before this incident. Those I can name are many domestic violence perpetrators in Southern California not named Ray Rice. Why? Because I represent the victims, sometimes pro-bono, within my...

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Are Child Custody Laws That Treat Parental Gatekeeping Like Child Abuse Long Overdue?

(24) Comments | Posted August 12, 2014 | 3:49 PM

When you first read or hear the words "parental gatekeeping", what do you think about? You may have an image of a parent standing in front of a locked gate, arms crossed with a child on the other side and the other parent trying to get through.

Hold that image.

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Divorced Dads Who Choose Parenting Over Income and Child Support: Sinners or Saints?

(10) Comments | Posted February 24, 2014 | 12:39 PM

More married fathers stay home to care for the children -- check.

More married fathers spend quality time with their children as a result -- check.

More married mothers become the breadwinners -- check.

Divorced dads make a life and career change to work less, earn less, spend much more...

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5 Dumb Mistakes Dads Make During Divorce and How to Avoid Them

(16) Comments | Posted February 13, 2014 | 4:51 PM

Divorce can be the emotional equivalent of a roundhouse right as the former object of your affection becomes the target of your ire. Justified or not, hate can turn to anger and anger can make you do things you once thought unimaginable...

Foolish things.

Malicious things.

Downright stupid...

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