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December 2013 Archives

Relocation is a difficult child custody issue

For California parents, divorce means a drastic shift from a unified household to a new partnership as co-parents. This transition can be a rocky road, especially when parents don't see eye-to-eye about the details of their new arrangement. One topic that often arises is when the custodial parent wishes to relocate to another state, leaving the other parent with limited access to his or her children. This is a child custody issue that often requires judicial intervention, as parents are not always able to come to an agreement on their own.

State of California launches free child support app

Technology has infiltrated nearly every aspect of the lives of individuals residing in Placer County, including child support matters. This is illustrated by the recent launch of an app designed to make it easy for parents in California to check the status of their child support accounts. The app, CAChildSup, was launched by the California Department of Child Support Services.

With fewer women having children, divorce may be much easier

Although the end of a marriage is never easy, many of us in Roseville have heard that the most complex, the most emotional and the hardest part of any separation is negotiating child custody and child support. Few parents want to be separated from their children, even if it is so their children can spend time with their other parent. Even fewer look forward to paying their ex-spouses every month for years, even if they know the money is supposed to go to their children. So, if children are removed from the equation, does that make divorce easier?

Marriage and divorce: Does the whole system need an overhaul?

With divorce rates as high as they are, many people are beginning to question the entire institution of marriage. One common critique is that our current system of laws makes it too easy to get married and too difficult to get a divorce. Should this be changed?

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