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Past due child support rarely goes away

In California, noncustodial parents are generally required to make child support payments until a child turns 18. In some cases, support payments continue until a child is 19 if he or she is not yet out of high school. However, if a parent owes back child support, he or she is still required to make those payments regardless of how old that child is.

Past due child support rarely goes away

In California, noncustodial parents are generally required to make child support payments until a child turns 18. In some cases, support payments continue until a child is 19 if he or she is not yet out of high school. However, if a parent owes back child support, he or she is still required to make those payments regardless of how old that child is.

Avoiding troubles during child custody exchanges

Readers from California may be interested in learning more about what can be done to facilitate a smooth transfer during child custody exchanges. Many difficulties can arise during the exchange process due to lingering animosities amid the parties involved. Although it's usually possible to work through them, some cases may require more detailed attention.

Avoiding troubles during child custody exchanges

Readers from California may be interested in learning more about what can be done to facilitate a smooth transfer during child custody exchanges. Many difficulties can arise during the exchange process due to lingering animosities amid the parties involved. Although it's usually possible to work through them, some cases may require more detailed attention.

The benefits of co-parenting and parenting plans

The primary concern of divorcing parents in California and around the country generally is the welfare of the children involved is. Even spouses embroiled in acrimonious disputes are often able to put their differences aside during child custody and visitation discussions. When spouses accept that their former husbands or wives generally act with the best of intentions as far as their children are concerned, minor misunderstandings or questionable decisions can be less frustrating and easier to forgive.

The benefits of co-parenting and parenting plans

The primary concern of divorcing parents in California and around the country generally is the welfare of the children involved is. Even spouses embroiled in acrimonious disputes are often able to put their differences aside during child custody and visitation discussions. When spouses accept that their former husbands or wives generally act with the best of intentions as far as their children are concerned, minor misunderstandings or questionable decisions can be less frustrating and easier to forgive.

Community property laws in California can be unforgiving

The community property laws in California require family law judges to divide marital assets equally even if the couple involved have only been married for a short time or come from very different economic backgrounds. This is one of the reasons that prenuptial agreements are so popular there, and worries about the outcome of costly and public litigation may prompt affluent California couples to make every effort to reach an amicable settlement during property division negotiations.

Community property laws in California can be unforgiving

The community property laws in California require family law judges to divide marital assets equally even if the couple involved have only been married for a short time or come from very different economic backgrounds. This is one of the reasons that prenuptial agreements are so popular there, and worries about the outcome of costly and public litigation may prompt affluent California couples to make every effort to reach an amicable settlement during property division negotiations.

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