Month: August 2015

Jurisdictional requirements for modifying child support orders

Following the finalization of California divorces that involve child support orders, it is common for the circumstances of the parents and children to change, particularly the financial statuses of the parents. Since the child support obligations were calculated before these financial changes, the payments could have a big impact on either or all parties. When …

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