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California regulations for interstate child support

California child support laws offer multiple solutions to problems that all parents face, no matter which state they live in. When a child's legal guardians or parents reside in different states, or one of them lives in another country, under the California child support laws, a child support case can be initiated at the child support agency where one parent resides. Then the agency will establish the child support order and seek assistance from the other state or country where the other parent is situated in.

Things take an ugly turn in Collins-Grant divorce litigation

Statistics say that in America, almost half of all marriages end in divorce. Among other things, California is said to have one of the highest divorce rates in the United States. An event such as a divorce is often unpleasant and can involve a lot of heightened emotions. Divorce litigation may also cause certain financial changes in the family's immediate future and often involves many issues, from child support to asset division. Things may turn ugly as well if there is a substantial amount of assets to be divided among the people involved.

Property division after divorce in California

Divorces involving significantly large properties are not rare in California. Ordinarily, separating couples can navigate their ways through a division of assets by themselves when both parties to a divorce can agree upon the same thing. However, until the issuance of a final order by a judge, a divorcing couple's community property and debts belong to both parties.

Divorce mediation is it important in California

Almost half of all marriages in the country end in divorce, and California is among the states with the highest divorce rates. The end of a marriage signals many changes to come and the very nature of a divorce may cause emotional turbulence and stress to the parties involved.

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