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California Child Support: When Do Child Support Payments End?

California law states that children have the right to be supported financially by both of their parents. When necessary the court will order child support obligations per the law with payments intended to provide the child with necessities like housing, food, clothing, educational costs, medical expenses, and other reasonable expenses. Basics of California Child Support:…

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How Does Domestic Violence Affect Spousal Support in California?

If you are going through a divorce that involves a history of domestic violence, there are a few things you should know about how it could affect your California divorce process. California is a No-Fault Divorce State Every state is either a fault or no-fault divorce state (or a mixture of both). As a no-fault…

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Preparing for the Typical Child Support Add-Ons

Parents are obligated to provide for their children’s basic support. In addition to basic support and in accordance with the Child Support Standards Act guidelines, parents are also obligated to pay pro rata shares of “Mandatory Add-On Expenses.” Examples of mandatory add-on expenses are daycare costs and required health expenses. On top of the Mandatory…

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How Does a Child from Another Relationship Affect Child Support?

In almost every divorce where parties divorcing are parents of a minor child or children, one parent is ordered to pay child support to the other parent. Most parents are aware of this and they are aware that the judge will consider the incomes of both parents when determining child support awards and the amount…

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What Family Courts Consider In Ordering Spousal Support

Ever wondered how a court determines how much alimony should be awarded to a spouse after divorce?  Here’s some information in response to that question. Ability of the spouse to earn is considered by courts while determining alimony The court takes into account the earning ability of both the spouses while ascertaining whether alimony should…

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What To Do If You Are Having Difficulty Paying Support

A common concern that often comes up after the entry of a divorce judgment in the court is the spouse who has been asked to pay for spousal or child support declares his or her inability to do so any more. The aim of this article is to discuss the steps that should be taken…

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What To Do If You Stop Receiving Support Payments

There are several occasions when parties require professional help so that the financial judgment that were declared in their favor could be enforced either in paternity or in divorce cases, most of the times a court declares its financial judgments based upon issues like split of marital properties, alimony, spousal support or child support.  After…

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What Role Does A Parent’s Income Play In Child Support?

During a divorce that involves children, one of the parent ends up having custody over the children while the other parent pays a certain amount as child support. It is important that parents earn a substantial amount of money each year for child support. Parents with low income have often found themselves losing child custody…

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Misconceptions About California Spousal Support

Many couples facing divorce in California have certain false notions ingrained in their minds related to spousal support (alimony) payments under the laws of California. Check out some of the most common misconceptions about spousal support payments below. # 1: Receiving alimony payments is a compulsory right You need to realize that it may not…

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More Women Are Paying Alimony Today

Things have changed drastically in the workplace with an increasing number of women being seen in high-level positions in the corporate sector today. In fact, according to statistics, women are found to be the top earning members in about one-third of the marriages. As a massive number of marriages are found to end in a…

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