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Is Adult Child Support Available in California?
Is Adult Child Support Available in California?

Child support is calculated by considering the income/earnings of both parents and the custodial “timeshare” each parent spends with the child, among other factors. In California, child support generally lasts until the age of 18 (or 19 if still a full-time high school ...

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Blog posts in Child Support

  • Do you have to pay child support if your child is concealed?

    Child support is understandably a sensitive subject in Family Law cases. When a custodial parent does not abide by court-ordered visitation , the ...

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  • Child Support and Restraining Order: Trial Court Jurisdiction to Make Child Support Orders Survives the Dissolution of a Temporary Restraining Order

    The following case deals with an interesting issue concerning a trial court’s jurisdiction to make child support orders in the context of a Domestic ...

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  • What is the Paternity Opportunity Program in California?

    In California, establishing legal paternity for a child can be a complicated process when there are children born out of wedlock. The easiest way for ...

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  • Parental Interference With Child Visitation Rights Is Not a Defense to Paying Child Support

    When a parent interferes with or prevents the other parent from having visitations with a child, the noncustodial parent (“obligor” or person who owes ...

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  • Shriver Familly Law Project: Child Custody and Parenting Education in Los Angeles

    In an earlier post published on July 1st, we were pleased to inform you about a new parenting education program available at the Los Angeles Superior ...

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  • Child Support in California

    Understanding Child Support in CA California child support is the equal responsibility of both parents. Child support obligations are laid out in ...

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