What Is a Default Divorce?

In California, a spouse can receive a declaration of divorce without needing the cooperation – or even the knowledge – of the other spouse in certain situations. A default divorce is one in which the courts pass judgment on the … Continued

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What Is a Presumed Parent?

You might come across the term “presumed parent” if, during a divorce case, one spouse contests the other’s parentage. Issues relating to presumed parenthood generally don’t arise in cases in which the couple married first and then had children. Unless … Continued

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What Is a Notice of Delinquency?

A notice of delinquency is not a letter any parent wants to receive. It is a legal notification that one has an overdue payment for a court-ordered child support agreement or other such financial obligation. Individuals should take notices of … Continued

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What Is a Parenting Coordinator?

A parenting coordinator could make your divorce case a little easier. When dealing with complicated and emotional child custody and support matters during a marital split, most families can use all the help they can get. Parenting coordinators are the … Continued

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