Arbitration, like mediation, is a form of alternative dispute resolution that can help you wrap up your divorce without having to go through the usual lengthy proceedings. Unlike mediation, however, the process is a bit more formal and the arbitrator ends up handing down a “ruling” after hearing both sides of the argument.
Child support payments, while important, can sometimes feel like a financial burden. This is especially true when you consider the potential for unexpected circumstances such as a physical disability. Today, we want to look at what happens to child support parents when the paying parent becomes disabled and is potentially no longer able to work. This scenario can be a disaster for all involved parties, especially the child depending on the payments for his/her basic needs.
Missed child support payments are a problem that far too many single parents struggle with. When the other parent shirks his or her financial responsibility, this can leave the other party hanging and potentially unable to provide for the child’s basic needs. Naturally, the California family law courts don’t look kindly upon those who miss their child support payments, which is why there are established legal procedures you can explore when trying to collect missing payments.