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When a court decides the support amount for child support or spousal support, one of the main factors they consider is income. So switching jobs during a divorce can have a significant impact on the outcome. If the new job comes with an increase in pay, the court-ordered support payment amount might also increase. If…

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California law is clear that parents are obligated to provide financial support for their children. When families are intact and live together, making sure the needs of the children are met is not necessarily complicated. The complications related to providing for children financially come once parents separate or divorce. To protect children from financial consequences,…

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If you take a closer look at the California child support orders, you can usually note that they have the cost of health insurance factored into the child support number’s guideline. While most people are aware of the fact that the health insurance cost has been factored into this guideline, the reason for this action…

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