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May 2016 Archives

Common problems in child custody arrangements

When California parents are facing the end of their marriage, both they and their children may struggle. Parents need to be careful about some common pitfalls concerning children that happen during and after the process. One is that there may be so much animosity between the two parents that one or both fail to honor provisions in the parenting agreement including visitation and support. If this occurs, the only solution might be to return to court.

Staying financially safe during a California divorce

On average, a divorce can cost up to $20,000 in professional fees and court costs. This is a lot of money for most people, which means it is important to find ways to reduce or keep the cost in check. One way is to work in good faith to resolve the case in an expeditious manner.

Complications of dividing a retirement plan

California couples who are getting a divorce may also need to divide a retirement plan. This can be complex for a number of reasons. One is that there is such a variety of retirement plans. They can be military, company pension or government plans, and the rules around splitting and distributing each may vary.

The importance of paying child support

California mothers who are not in a relationship with the father of their child should keep a number of points in mind. One is that establishing paternity as soon as possible is important if the parents are not married. This opens the way for a child to begin receiving child support and other benefits such as death benefits if the father dies.

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