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How is Child Support Determined in California?

Child Support Determined in CA Child support refers to the amount of money a court may demand from a parent or, at times, both parents to pay for the expenses incurred when raising their child. Child support is often frequent in divorce cases that involve children under the legal age of 18 years, and both […]

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What if My Ex Cannot Afford Child Support?

If you find yourself raising your children alone, child support payments can prove critical. When these payments stop, you may face serious poverty and a compromised standard of living for your children. But what happens when you confront your ex about this, and they claim that they simply cannot afford to make the payments? What […]

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Who Pays Child Support if Custody is Split Equally in California?

At the Harris Family Law Group, our Los Angeles family law attorney knows that getting divorced in Los Angeles California changes our clients’ lives. First, one spouse — or both — must move to a new home, condominium, or apartment to accommodate their new lives. Next, they must determine how they are going to distribute their assets and […]

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What are the Consequences of Unpaid Child Support in California?

At the Harris Family Law Group, our child support attorneys in Los Angeles know that no matter which side of the financial agreement you are on — whether you are the payer or recipient — missed child support payments can create hardships for both parents. The recipient may struggle financially when he or she is counting on […]

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What Are the Penalties for Not Paying Child Support in California?

At the Harris Family Law Group, our Los Angeles divorce attorneys know that spouses with kids have many challenges when dissolving their marriages, including determining child custody and child support details. The reality is, these two key factors go hand in hand. Once custody is established, the next step is determining the amount of child support that will be […]

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