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Ex-wife drags Marc Anthony to court over child support dispute

California ranks near the top among states with the highest divorce rates. Among the legal implications following the divorce of a married couple, child support is one of the most important. Ideally, child support is paid by the non-custodial parent to the custodial parent following a legal separation. The amount paid monthly is meant to aid in raising a child, including every day expenses and medical needs, among other things.

California one-day divorce may ease tension between couples

Due to the legal complications and emotional stress involved in the process of divorce, many married couples in California may shrink away from initiating a divorce. From lawyers' fees, to the time lost in arguing in court over issues such as alimony, child custody etc., the traditional process of divorce can be daunting and complicated for many people.

California courts require bitcoin disclosure for asset division

The severing of marital ties through a legal process is not always easy, especially when it involves financial complications. Duringe divorce negotiations, couples need to identify what assets they have, how many of them have been acquired post-marriage, and what their respective values are. Once that has been done, they then divide these assets in an equitable manner.

California bill may relieve sperm donor from paying child support

The law considers the financial needs of a child to be greatly significant. This is why even if the parents of the child are no longer together, the law requires them to provide child support for their child. Once someone has been identified as the mother or father of a child, the law requires that person to put up a specified amount of money on a regular basis in order to take care of the medical needs and everyday expenses of that child.

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