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How Do the Sacramento Courts Calculate Child Support?

Under California law, both parents have a legal duty to financially support their children.  In a Sacramento divorce case, it is very typical for one spouse to request that the other spouse pay child support.  However, calculating child support can be a tricky venture for the Sacramento child support court.

Addressing Custody Violations - How to Keep Your Spouse from Taking Advantage of Your Custody Time

What do you do when your ex-spouse is openly or quietly violating your Sacramento child custody orders?  While this question may not seem entirely applicable to your Sacramento custody case, we have discovered that many parents complain about their frustrations with their ex-spouse concerning their custody orders from the Sacramento County Family Court.  In some cases, the disagreements over the court order obedience are mild and resolved via an informal conversation or two.  However, in other cases, disagreements over obedience to the court order can be extremely severe.

Best Interests of the Children - Ensuring their Health, Safety, and Welfare, Part 2

In evaluating the best interest standard, the Sacramento child custody court considers which parent will facilitate a workable relationship with the other parent and willingly resolves conflict in a way that places the children’s needs first.  Also, the court considers whether one or both parents are willingly facilitating an ongoing relationship between the children and the other parent’s extended family.  In contrast, high-conflict parents can demoralize their children by turning them against their extended family.  They can also harm the children by turning them into messengers or having them communicate threats.  These are actions that are not in the children’s best interest and can negatively affect the custody award.

Best Interests of the Children Ensuring their Health, Safety, and Welfare, Part 1

Many people know the Sacramento child custody court will consider the health, safety and welfare of the children in making child custody and visitation orders. But what does health, safety, and welfare€ really mean, particularly when both parents love and properly care for the children?

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