Drafting a custody agreement that makes sense for your children and is in their best interests doesn't have to be an uphill climb. Check out our SlideShare presentation and learn about six important things to keep in mind with custody agreements.
Calculating child support in California isn't a one-size-fits-all process. There are a number of factors that need to be taken into consideration before you get that all important number.
Whether you're a parent dissolving your marriage or simply ending a relationship, chances are that the biggest concern on your mind right now is who will maintain custody of your child and what this will mean for the other parent. If so, then you're not alone.
For parents, few things matter more than being able to see their children on a regular basis and building a lasting bond with them. As you can imagine, divorce and legal separations can complicate matters, making it difficult for parents to regularly see their children without also having to see their ex more.
As the academic school year begins for students across Marin County, newly separated parents may struggle through difficult conversations related to permanent custody. On the other hand, a heated exchange over college expenses and tuition can occur when parents never resolved the issue in a marital termination agreement.