Can a Child Sue for Child Support?
Puja Sachdev | November 10, 2021 | Child Support
Courts typically order parents to pay child support when parents divorce or separate. Sometimes, a parent does not pay child support as ordered. The other parent can sue them if this happens. However, an interesting case from 2014 raised the question of whether a child can also sue for child support. This particular case involved… read more
What You Need to Know About Retroactive Child Support in California
Puja Sachdev | March 31, 2021 | Child Support
Even though parents may not be married or live in the same household as their children, they are expected to support their children financially. California child support laws state that both parents have a duty to support their children. The support is subject to child support laws and child support guidelines. In many cases, child… read more
Child Support Arrears
PUJA SACHDEV | January 18, 2021 | Child Support
After a court enters an order for the payment of child support, the parent ordered to pay is expected to make payment under the terms of the order. Sadly, and for many reasons, child support is not always paid in full and on time. When child support payments become past-due, a parent is in child… read more
What Happens to Child Support if I Remarry?
Puja Sachdev | January 12, 2021 | Child Support
Maybe your divorce is over and you’re ready to re-enter the dating pool. Perhaps you’ve already found your perfect intended spouse. Either way, you’re wondering what happens to child support when you remarry. Here’s what you need to know about how remarriage may impact child support. Does California Use Spousal Income in Child Support Calculations?… read more
Legally Valid Reasons to Stop Paying Child Support in California
Puja Sachdev | December 10, 2020 | Child Support
Parents in California are legally required to support their children financially until they reach the age of majority. In California that age is 18 unless the child is in high school. In that case, a parent must support the child until the child turns 19 or graduates from high school, whichever comes sooner. When parents… read more