Under California law, “a grandparent can ask the court for reasonable visitation with a grandchild.” This often comes up when a parent or both parents do not allow a grandparent to see the child after the parents are no longer together (e.g., after a divorce). Suppose both parents are preventing you from having a relationship with your grandchildren. In that case, the family court may be able to help you get court-ordered visitation time with your grandchildren. To petition t
Find out what factors a court considers when calculating child support In California, the amount you pay or receive for child support is based on a complex calculation that takes into consideration the parents’ incomes, how much time each parent spends with the child, and tax deductions that are available to either parent. This complex formula is used whenever the support of a minor child needs to be determined.
In order to determine the amount of child support to be receiv
It's important for the child and the parents. If a baby is born to a married couple in the state of California, the court will automatically assume that the husband is the father of the child unless it is brought into question during the child’s first two years of life. When the parents of a child are not married, a court must make a legal decision to determine a child’s legal parents. This is a Parentage case.
In the event that the potential father has been living with a