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Child Custody

How Surrogate Child Custody is Determined in a Divorce

Monday, February 4th, 2019
Categories: Blog, Child Custody

Surrogacy is an arrangement where a woman agrees to carry a baby for another couple who is unable to have a baby on their own. Surrogacy is a complex process on its own, but if there is a subsequent divorce involved, determining child custody can be a contentious process. Depending on the type of surrogacy, the terms of the agreement, where are you in the process, and the parties involved, the outcome will vary. It’s crucial that you speak with a Century City divorce lawyer right away to get a clearer picture of your situation and what options are available to you.

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How Alimony and Child Support Payments Change During a Move or Loss of a Job

Monday, July 30th, 2018
Categories: Blog, Child Custody, Spousal Support

When a judge issues child support or spousal support (or both) orders in Century City and surrounding areas of Los Angeles, the parties involved in the order have a legal obligation to follow it. In fact, not following the order and falling behind on payments can have serious consequences.

That being said, spousal support and child support orders can be modified when the situation warrants it, such as during a move or following the loss of a job. The following considers how to modify or terminate such payments, and how an experienced Los Angeles divorce lawyer can help. Read more of this post.



Separate, Separated, Separation

Friday, February 20th, 2009
Categories: Blog, Child Custody, Division and Valuation of Property, Filing for Divorce, Legal Separation, Spousal Support

Here are three legal terms that you should think about if you are thinking about filing for divorce:

Separate – Separate Property

One part of a divorce is the division of property. California is a community property state. All property obtained by either party during a marriage is presumed to be community property and jointly owned 50/50 unless the acquisition of the property was the result of a gift or inheritance. Any property acquired during a marriage that can be traced to separate property is also separate property. All other property, including property that was acquired before marriage or after the date of separation, is separate property. Certain actions and/or agreements Read more of this post.



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