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Posts tagged "Child Custody and Support"

Making child custody decisions means doing the best for the kids

Being a loving parent is an aspect of life that many California residents hope to maintain. When going through divorce, some individuals may feel as if they are falling down on their parental duties or allowing their children to become overwhelmed by stress due to child custody decisions and other issues. When these feelings begin to creep in, concerned parents may want to consider certain co-parenting tactics.

Reasons you might need to modify your child custody order

Your divorce was finalized two or three years ago when your children had different needs. Now, you want to change the child custody or visitation agreement to better reflect your current situation. In general, if both parents agree in writing to the changes, you may not have to go to court to change the agreement. However, when you and the other parent cannot agree or there is serious interference in your visitation schedule, you may need to take the matter before a judge.

Child custody info may help avoid hasty actions in California

Only being able to spend limited time with their children can have considerable effects on parents. They may feel that their child custody terms are unfair or that changes should be made to allow them more time. Unfortunately, some individuals' distress over their situation may cause them to act rashly and make their situations more complicated. 

Unpaid child support may negatively affect California parents

After having children, parents face a multitude of responsibilities that they likely did not have before. Even if parents are no longer together, obligations in the form of child support often result in continued responsibilities. However, some parents may fall behind on support, and such situations can have negative impacts for everyone involved.

Changes due to child custody terms may seem overwhelming to kids

Fully accepting that a marriage is coming to an end may be a difficult idea for some California residents to accept. This change may be even more difficult to understand for any children who may be affected by the divorce. Because child custody arrangements may seem frightening to children, parents may wish to approach the new situation in a sensitive manner. 

"Fuller House" star Sweetin may have child support issues

After their divorce agreements are put into motion, many individuals may find that certain terms do not fit as well as they had hoped. As a result, California residents and other individuals may begin looking for ways to change their agreements. When it comes to child support, a significant change in circumstances could warrant modifications.

Modifying child support or custody arrangements

One very important aspect of divorce for many parents is the decision on child support and custody rights. Sometimes, the court's decision on these matters no longer works if your life and circumstances change. It is possible to modify child support or custody decrees if there is a valid reason to do so.

Child custody understanding may be needed during holidays

With the holiday season well underway, many individuals have likely planned their family gatherings. Though many California residents may make these plans with joy, planning for the holidays may seem more complicated for recently divorced parents. Because child custody agreements may still be fresh, parents may need to allow themselves some leeway in order to adjust. 

California residents may need assistance for child support issues

Many custodial parents rely on support payments to make ends meet when it comes to providing for their children. However, there are many circumstances that could lead individuals to face child support issues. When these issues arise, finding out how to deal with them could help individuals determine what steps may help them work toward improving their situations. 

Child support modifications may help California parents

Being in a difficult spot financially could have a considerable impact on a person's life. Not only may it be impossible to meet everyday needs, but there could be a risk of criminal charges if child support payments are past due. If California residents fear such a fate, they may wish to find out available options for avoiding such an outcome. 

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