Category: Family Law

Collecting California Child Support in Arrears

Tue 3rd November, 2020 Family Law

In divorce cases involving minor children, the noncustodial parent will be ordered by the court to pay child support to the custodial parent for the children’s living expenses. However, in some cases, the noncustodial parent cannot or refuses to pay their fair share of support. This is known as being […]

How Cohabitation Affects Alimony Payments

Tue 3rd November, 2020 Family Law

In many cases of California divorce, the higher earning spouse will pay the lesser earning spouse alimony during and after the divorce proceedings. Some alimony is short-term and has a definite duration, while other alimony payments may go on indefinitely. Former spouses are able to petition the court for a […]

How the Coronavirus Pandemic Impacts Divorces

Fri 30th October, 2020 Family Law

If you have already decided to end your marriage, you likely have questions about how the COVID-19 pandemic will impact aspects of your divorce. The potentially impacted issues can range from things like how you separate from your former spouse to how your child custody is decided. The following will […]

How Timing can Impact Your Divorce

Thu 6th August, 2020 Family Law

There are many different issues that must be considered and negotiated during a California divorce, including matters of property distribution, spousal support, and child custody. But couples should also consider the timing of their divorce, which can have a significant impact on their overall settlement when it comes to taxes […]