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Monthly Archives: October 2012

Coparenting Your Children During Divorce and Afterwards


In a divorce, your world is changing. For your children, the world as they know it is ending. Their mother and father are now living separately and they are shuttled back and forth for visitation with each parent. Mom and Dad no longer talk, and if they do, it’s an argument, usually about the children….

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Can I ask for Child Support If It Was Not Ordered In My Judgment


If you have a divorce judgment that did not order child support for your children, you can still ask for support after your divorce so long as your children are still of an age eligible to receive support and, of course, depending on the relative timeshares and incomes of the parties. Just because your judgment…

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Is Child Support Tax Deductible?


As we get closer to the end of the year, many people are starting to think about taxes. Well, at least I do. A common question I get from divorced or separated parents is whether child support is tax deductible. For many people, child support is a significant monthly financial transaction, so, naturally, they are…

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Orange County California Termination of Parental Rights


Occasionally it happens that one parent feels it prudent or necessary to terminate the parental rights of the other parent. Generally the need comes from the fact that the other parent has abandoned the children into the safekeeping of the custodial parent and has not taken steps to provide financially for the children. It can…

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