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What Challenges do Working Moms Face?

Working moms are constantly working to stay ahead as well as give their children a good life. Mothers in the U.S. work in many different positions, some commuting to work every day and others working from home. However, with being a working mother comes the realization that they may struggle to balance career and family…. Continue reading →

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Imputation of Income in Support Cases

If you are involved in a child support case after a divorce, you may have questions about a process known as “imputation of income.” Imputing income is actually a very simple process that involves the court treating a parent’s income as if it is more than what the parent is earning. For example, take a… Continue reading →

Writing a Marital History for Your Lawyer

You write a marital history for your lawyer so that they will be aware of what potential complications may arise as they guide you through the process. A good marital history should cover why your marriage worked, why it didn’t work, what outside influences hurt your marriage, and barriers your lawyer may run into with… Continue reading →

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Determining child support

One of the most important issues in a divorce process is child support. California law requires child support to be calculated based on several factors that include income and employment of each spouse.  The formula used is set forth in the California Family Code and is known as a guideline. The court order for child… Continue reading →

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