A child support order is not optional. Obeying it is mandatory. If a parent who has been ordered to pay child support fails to do so, he or she could face serious consequences. This includes potentially being held in criminal … ContinuedRead More
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A statute of limitations is a law that requires a person who wishes to bring a legal claim or cause of action to do so within a certain amount of time. Statutes of limitations apply to both civil and criminal … ContinuedRead More
When you get divorced in California, you and your ex-spouse must divide all of the property, income, and assets that you acquired during your marriage. If your case goes to court, a judge will automatically apply California’s property division law … ContinuedRead More
Getting divorced when a child is involved means that one parent will most likely be required to pay child support to the other until the child turns at least 18. Whether you are the parent expecting to pay or … ContinuedRead More
Divorce can be a messy process. The reason most couples in California get divorced is that they no longer get along – so it is no surprise that couples often fight about the terms of the divorce itself. If you … ContinuedRead More