Blog Posts in 2014

  • Best Interests of the Child in Determining Custody

    Posted By Taub & Taub, P.C. || 28-Oct-2014

    In California, either parent can have custody of the children, or the parents can share custody. While the judge makes the final decision about custody and visitation, he or she will usually approve the parenting plan that both parents agree on. If the parents are not able to reach an agreement, the judge will make a decision at a court hearing. Most of the time, a judge will not make a decision ...
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  • Top Mistakes Made During a High Net Worth Divorce

    Posted By Taub & Taub, P.C. || 14-Oct-2014

    Divorce has a well-deserved reputation for being stressful, emotional, and unpleasant. Considering you have invested so much time, energy and effort into building a marriage, there are so many factors to consider when dissolving it, such as dividing marital assets, dividing marital debt, child custody, visitation, and so much more. Often, divorcing couples have points of contention and each side ...
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  • How Child Support is Calculated in California

    Posted By Sherman Oaks Divorce Attorney || 24-Feb-2014

    In California, child support payments are generally made until the children turn 18, or 19 if the child is still in high school full time, living at home, and cannot support themselves. A mother or a father can ask the judge to make a child support order as a part of the following types of cases: Annulment, divorce or legal separation A Petition to Establish Parental Relationship (unmarried ...
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