Custody may be an issue when parents have children and are married and divorced, married and separated or never married. Child custody and visitation is an issue that is often contested in California family court. There are 2 kinds of custody: Legal custody Physical custody Legal custody is … Read more about Custody
In California, there are 2 types of child custody, legal and physical custody. Legal custody allows both parties to be involved in major decisions such as those involving healthcare, education and religion. In addition, legal custody allows the parties to have access to medical and school records. … Read more about How to Get Child Custody?
Child support is financial support usually given to a parent who is the primary care giver of the child. This means that the primary care giver has physical custody of the child i.e. the child lives with this parent. The other parent will usually have visitation rights. If the parents decide to have … Read more about How to Get Child Support?
A common law marriage refers to couples who live together for a specified period of time as husband and wife but are not legally married. There are some states that allow for common law marriages but California is not one of them. In California, people who cohabit but are not married are not … Read more about What is Common Law Marriage?
Here is a list of some of the common mistakes that people make when completing their divorce paperwork: 1.) People may not be consistent with their name. They may spell it one way on the intial paperwork and another way on subsequent documents. They may add an initial or a middle name. This … Read more about 7 Mistakes that People make on their Divorce Papers: