Ideally, in any California divorce or other family law matter involving the custody of a child, the parents themselves will be able to voluntarily create an agreement which will determine, among other things: 1) whether one or both parties will have sole or shared physical custody of the child; 2) what schedule the physical custody..
Can a Person Refuse to Work in Order to Avoid Paying Child or Spousal Support in a California Divorce?
Money and finances is one of the primary reasons people divorce, and the refusal of one spouse to earn a wage commensurate with his or her skills is indeed a specific factor in many a marital breakdown. It should come as no surprise that this disagreement about one’s alleged refusal to work – or, in..
To receive child support or spousal support from an ex-spouse (or unmarried partner in the case of child support), you will want to obtain an order from a California family law court requiring that the other person pay child support and/or spousal support. If an ex has been paying you voluntarily without a court order,..