Divorce is a difficult time, and as we often emphasize in our posts, it’s important to keep your head straight and focused even amidst the chaos. However, that doesn’t mean you need to spend every second of your weeks preparing for your divorce proceedings. Rather, emphasizing on your own well-being and health should always take priority.
After divorce, both parents are expected to step up and provide financial support for their children. The specific amount that each parent is expected to pay can vary between each person. Given the contrast between payments, some parents might be frustrated with the arrangement, or feel that their share of the payment should be reassessed.
For parents in CA with child custody obligations, it’s important that they stay on top of all their payments. Most parents with child support payments are all too familiar with the potential consequences of skipping payments and letting back child support build up. These include potential loss of custody, fines, a revoked license, and more.
Before diving into a marriage, it has become increasingly common for couples to implement premarital agreements as a form of security or added insurance. Married couples who want to get an agreement in place after the fact will also commonly move forward with a postmarital agreement.
Divorce in California, or any other state for that matter, is notorious for being difficult, expensive, and drawn-out. There are a lot of uncontrollable factors that could pile on the difficulties, but there are ways to retain some degree of control over your divorce. Today, we’re looking at one of the most beneficial options in your divorce toolset: a collaborative divorce.