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Taxes are important consideration in divorce

Who gets which assets, who gets custody of the kids, who gets the house? These are just a few of the many decisions that the California couple filing for divorce must make. In making these important decisions, one will want to keep in mind the tax implications of each one.

Child support and unwed parents

Parents have a responsibility to take care of their children. Sometimes the parents are married, and both parents make sure that the children have what they need; other times, the parents are divorced, and one parent typically pays child support as part of his or her responsibility. Additionally, there are situations in which the parents remain separate; however, their responsibility to the child or children is still as if they were married or divorced. When one of the California parents does not have custody of the child, he or she is typically responsible for paying child support.

Financial decisions, marriage and divorce

Financial decisions are a big part of any relationship. In business, financial decisions can mean the difference between success and failure. In personal relationships, financial decisions can mean the difference between a marriage and a divorce. For many California couples, a discussion regarding their current financial status, financial expectations and possible property division concerns should take place prior to the wedding.

Guidelines for child support in California

When parents decide to divorce, one of their primary concerns is clearly the welfare of their children. Divorce can be a traumatic experience for children. Additionally, divorce is likely to affect a child's lifestyle and standard of living. For this reason, the California courts work diligently to ensure that child support is required for the benefit of the children involved. 

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