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  1. What Challenges can be come During Divorce?

  2. Predictors of Divorce 2 Nobody can predict the future. But what if you could determine whether your marriage is in trouble before it starts? However, life is not always like the movies. The truth is not every relationship is built to last. Although divorce is the last thing newlyweds would ever think about, divorce rates remain high in Ventura County. Ask any Thousand oaks Divorce lawyer about why so many marriages in California come to an end and you will hear an endless amount of stories and theories. Some are obvious, such as a history of infidelity. But there are several other factors that are often overlooked.

  3. Decision of divorce can affect to Child? 3 Choosing the right time to start the divorce process is crucial. Many parents file for divorce in March as they believe it is the least disruptive time. However, it may actually be more beneficial to divorce during the summer since the kids are not in school and can spend the time adjusting to a new lifestyle. The timing of divorce can also depend on the age of the children and other circumstances, including whether or not the parents can continue living under one roof. During it, thousand oaks family law lawyer help you best way.

  4. However, there may be some cases when the parents decide to stop the child support payments. 4 One reason parents may stop child support payments is if they get back together. If both parents are living together and sharing full financial obligations, there is no reason for one parent to continue to pay child support to the other. In this case, the custodial parent will need to go to court and ask to stop receiving child support. The other reasons a parent may stop receiving child support is if the custodial parent’s financial situation changed or the noncustodial parent’s financial situation changed. For right decision, Take advice from the child support lawyer thousand oaks.

  5. How you can establish paternity in California 5 Divorce is never easy, and is often very traumatizing to not only the parties involved but also their families and society at large. For this reason, the proper consultation and counseling is needed. Spousal support in California, like many states, is meant to bridge the gap between the time shortly after a divorce to the time it takes for one party or another to obtain employments or obtain the resources necessary to meet the costs of daily living. In cases like this, it is best to consult an attorney early on to discuss your needs such as a spousal support lawyer thousand oaks.

  6. 6 HELLO! I am Stephanie L. Mahdavi Salt Lake City Family Law Lawyer

  7. Stephanie L. Mahdavi is a thousand oaks Divorce Attorney at SLM family law Firm, She has more than 14 years of experience handling divorce and Family cases. As a divorcee herself and a child of divorced parents, she understands the concerns you are facing. You can take heart knowing she cares not only about your case, but also about helping you achieve your goals and establishing a new life after divorce. She is Certified as a family law specialist by the State Bar of California Department of Legal Specialization, she has the skill and experience to deliver customized solutions that protect your interests and those of your children. ” 7

  8. Give a Call Today.. Stephanie L. Mahdavi +805-409-9132 https://www.slmfamilylaw.com/contact/ Address - 2535 Townsgate Rd., Ste 305 Westlake Village, CA 91361 8

  9. 9 THANKS! Any questions? You can find me at slmfamilylaw.com