Many individuals are tasked with making support payments for their children. Whether these payments were ordered during a divorce or other legal proceedings, child support payments must be made as dictated. However, some individuals who are struggling financially may feel as if their payment obligations are too much. Luckily, there are options for support modifications that may be able to help.
Many people getting ready to walk down the aisle may hope that their relationships stand the test of time. Unfortunately, many who get married find themselves in an unexpected divorce. Therefore, it may be considered prudent for California residents to take certain precautions before tying the knot in order to prepare for potential property division and other proceedings should the relationship end. As such, prenuptial agreements could be useful to consider.
Many California residents try to plan for their financial futures as well as they can. This need to plan may be even more prevalent among older individuals who are approaching retirement. However, there is a chance that unexpected occurrences like divorce might pop up, and some individuals may find themselves looking for ways to protect their finances.
Money is often a serious issue when it comes to divorce, and not just as far as splitting up the finances and property goes. What a lot of people do not realize - or are simply unprepared to handle when the time comes - is that when you get a divorce, your entire financial life changes.
Many individuals may praise recent cell phone apps like Pokemon Go as helping kids get more exercise due to the interactive nature of the games. However, these apps may also lead to children spending a considerable amount of time staring at a screen, and some parents may find that unhealthy. In such situations, some California parents may be able to simply enforce a time restraint on the game, but child custody arrangements may come into play for divorced parents.