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Calculating Child Support in California

Every parent is responsible for caring for their children even when the relationship with the other parent or marriage falls apart. Child support is an ongoing payment that the non-custodial parent makes to assist with the financial maintenance of the children after a divorce or separation. Child support payments are determined during marriage resolution, with the only requirement being proof of paternity or maternity. In California, the courts determine the amount to be paid in child support using guidelines based on different...

How to Know if I Can Get an Annulment?

Most people who want to end their marriages are familiar with divorce. However, another way you can legally end your marriage is by seeking an annulment. Although divorce and annulment are aimed at...

Protecting Yourself During a Divorce in San Diego

The divorce process is complicated for the couple and the children (if any). It takes a long struggle before a couple decides to end their marriage permanently. One or both partners can fight to...

How To Terminate Spousal Support in San Diego

Going through a separation or divorce yields many outcomes for involved parties, including the need to determine whether spousal support provisions are required. Therefore, understanding the terms...

How does Collaborative Divorce Work?

It is not always necessary for a divorce to end in a legal battle. Collaborative divorce is becoming increasingly popular as more spouses choose to settle their disagreements out of the courtroom and reach an agreement on important issues. It is a progressive, non-adversarial method of resolving disputes. Collaborative divorce is not the same as mediation or arbitration, but it’s especially beneficial to divorcing spouses who recognize that a traditional divorce procedure will aggravate an already emotionally and financially...

How Long Does Spousal Support Last in California

After divorce, a California family court could order spousal support if one spouse earns a lower income that cannot sustain the lifestyle they were enjoying before the divorce. The spouse earning...

What Does Best Interest of the Child Mean?

Courts in California, like in many other jurisdictions, are intended to make decisions based on a statutory criterion known as the "best interest of the child." Although this is an admirable goal,...

What are the Alternatives to Divorce in California?

When married couples decide to go their separate ways, a considerable number of people will immediately turn to divorce to dissolve their marriage, which is usually due to a lack of knowledge about...

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