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If a noncustodial parent has been paying child support but suddenly becomes disabled, there is a possibility that their ability to pay child support will be impacted.
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What happens when a noncustodial…
Apr 13, 2017

Many single California parents rely on child support to help them financially support their children. If a noncustodial parent has been paying child support but …

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Child support payments and parental…
Apr 12, 2017

Noncustodial fathers in California and throughout the country who are behind in child support are also less likely to see their children as often as …

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Frozen embryos and divorce
Apr 11, 2017

How frozen embryos should be treated during a divorce is an issue that can be as contentious as resolving child custody matters. California couples who …

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Divorce rate increasing among baby…
Apr 11, 2017

California couples may be interested in learning that younger adults are getting divorced less often while the divorce rates for those who are 50 years …

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