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According to court, child support is not only test of parenthood

A recent case came before a court that was seen as a test of what makes one a parent. Regardless of whether one is under orders to pay child support, the changes in the definition of family over the past decade has lead to some confusion over the roles of individuals in the lives of children. Since the United States Supreme Court has affirmed the rights of same-sex couples to marry, there may be families here in California who also have questions concerning the definition of parenthood.

Don't let deception cost you in a contested divorce

The end of a relationship is never an easy ordeal, either emotionally or financially. You may be so caught up in trying to deal with the day-to-day emotions that it may be difficult to consider the financial ramifications that can impact a contested divorce. While California is a community property state, that does not always deter one spouse from attempting to deceive the other in the process.

Wife wants selling of assets to settle complex property division

Most of the time, a divorce can be an unsettling experience for the partners involved. However, there are rare situations that are so complicated that even property division can be more difficult to settle. While California is a community property state, not every state has laws that dictate this aspect as clearly.

2 sisters create family through adoption

As almost anyone who has shared time with close friends will verify, family can encompass more than those with whom one shares genetic ties. Many California families have been formed through an adoption or other arrangement. Regardless of how they come into being, family bonds can last a lifetime and beyond.

Self-employed? Protect your business during your divorce

You're self-employed and have decided to get a divorce. Just like in any other divorce, your income will be noted, and it may be needed to determine if you receive or pay alimony, which assets you are entitled to and for the court to understand who earned what during the marriage.

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