Calculating Child Support Under California Guidelines

Did you know that life circumstances such as income and even overtime have a direct effect on California guideline child support orders? In fact, the court uses this and other important information to determine which parent will have to pay, and how much. Read on to learn what else they consider when making support orders, and how your life situation will affect the outcome.

By |2020-08-17T12:28:00-07:00August 17th, 2020|Family Law|0 Comments

California Child Support: A Parent’s Guide

According to California law, every child has the right to receive financial support from both legal parents. If the parents do not live together and the children divide their time between their parents, then the goal is for the children to have the same standard of living in both households. The amount of California child support is based on each parent’s income, how many days per year the children spend with each parent, and certain necessary expenses. You do not need a lawyer to get a court order for child support. A more affordable option is to have a registered legal document assistant prepare your child support forms.

By |2020-06-02T15:38:59-07:00June 2nd, 2020|Divorce, Family Law|0 Comments

How to Modify or Change a Divorce Judgment 

After a divorce judgment is entered, whether after trial or by settlement agreement, either spouse may ask the court to have the judgment modified by motion or appeal. People file for a judgment modifications due to 1) a change of circumstances or 2) court error during the trial. Read on to learn more about how to modify or change a divorce judgment.

By |2019-04-28T18:33:54-07:00April 28th, 2019|Family Law|0 Comments

California Mandatory Child Support Add-Ons

Have you ever heard the expression "California Mandatory Child Support Add-ons". If so, you may not understand what this means. Under California child support laws, both parents are required, to financially support their children until they reach 18 years of age. Most people understand what the words "child support" mean. California child support laws allow the court to consider different factors in deciding how much money each parent is required to contribute to care for their child. Here is what you need to know about California Mandatory Child Support Add-ons.

By |2019-05-12T09:18:53-07:00September 2nd, 2018|Family Law|0 Comments