Child support in California is the amount of money that a court orders one parent to pay to the other parent every month to provide support for their child.
In California, either parent can have custody of the children or the parents can share custody.
There are several ways to terminate a marriage in California:
–Dissolution or Divorce: The marriage will cease at the conclusion of the proceeding.
–Annulment or Nullity: Declares that the marriage never existed.
–Legal Separation: Resolves all the issues of the marriage, but the parties remain legally married and can retain benefits only available to married persons, such as remaining on each other’s medical insurance.
A Domestic Violence Restraining Order can be filed against a person that has abused you and with whom you have had a close relationship (married or registered domestic partners, divorced, separated, dating or used to date, live together or used to live together), or to whom you are related (parent, child, brother, sister, grandmother, grandfather, in-law). Living together implies more than just being “roommates.”
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-Breach of Contract
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