Family Law

Family Law News 2018, Issue 1, Volume 40, No. 1

Pointers and Pitfalls in Family Law Set Asides

Andrew Botros

Andrew J. Botros is a Certified Family Law Specialist with the Law Office of Nancy J. Bickford, APC in San Diego. His practice is focused on complex family law litigation, as well as family law appeals and writs. He currently serves as a Board Member of the San Diego Family Law Bar Association.

At first blush, setting aside judgments under Family Code section 2122 does not appear to be an overwhelmingly complex topic. Case law, however, indicates otherwise. This article will address some common mistakes and misconceptions about set-asides under section 2122.

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