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October 2017 Archives

A contested divorce can be eased if some mistakes can be avoided

Couples who are going through the beginning phases of a marital dissolution are dealing with many decisions. If theirs is a contested divorce, then the problems are likely compounded by conflicting emotions and increased tension. California spouses who are unsure of how to proceed may fear that they could make mistakes that will have an adverse effect on the final decree.

State with massive child support arrears looks to reform laws

There are few issues that provoke stronger emotions between separated parents than deciding who will be the primary caregiver and who will pay support. In spite of a growing trend for courts to order shared parenting and expenses, many states still rely on outdated formulas for calculating child support payments and primary custody. California parents who are having difficulty in either paying support or receiving it can seek assistance through the family court system.

Relatives and others close may seek custody when needed

There are few guarantees in life, and the perfect, ideal family rarely exists. However, when a child is loved and cared for, even those who are not related by blood, but have a close relationship to a child in need, may seek custody. California laws provide for these individuals to seek custody or adoption when certain conditions are met.

A premarital agreement may help avoid property division dispute

While most people are familiar with a prenuptial agreement, some couples may not consider it a necessary part of their wedding plans. Regardless of economic status, a premarital agreement may prove to be an invaluable aid in deciding property division issues should a divorce occur down the line. California residents who are planning to marry may benefit from having one of these documents drawn up before the vows are exchanged.

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