The safety of our employees, clients, and community is our primary concern. Due to the county’s recent shelter-in-place order, our physical offices are currently closed. Our attorneys are still working and are available via email and phone. A staff member will gladly assist you by phone or you may refer to our website for each attorney’s email address, assuming you do not have it already.

If you are a potential client interested in scheduling a call with one of our attorneys, please call our office or email [email protected]. A staff member will reach out to you to schedule a consultation by phone.

We wish you continued good health and look forward to reopening our physical offices soon. In the meantime, please stay safe.

Flicker, Kerin, Kruger & Bissada, LLP
Menlo Park
San Ramon

June 2020 Archives

What if your your teen is not following the custody schedule?

Shared custody can be a real problem with teens. Your child just reached 16, and they can now drive and take care of themselves in most situations. You have a custody schedule that is supposed to be in place, but they seem to ignore it when they please.

Appraisals are essential if you're dividing art in divorce

One thing of value in your home is a large collection of artwork that you and your spouse collected over the years. You've both been avid art collectors for many years, and both of you have invested thousands into your own little gallery.

Divorcing a narcissist can be a difficult ordeal

You may have learned the hard way that narcissists thrive on control. When you got married, you may have thought your spouse was kind, caring, loving and had a number of other positive attributes. However, soon after you tied the knot, your spouse's personality seemed to completely change. Rather than feeling as if you could make your own decisions, you likely began feeling controlled by your spouse.