Family law is a notoriously emotional area of legal practice, and child custody can be one of its most intense subsections. When the well-being of your son or daughter is on the line, you're going to be understandably emotional. However, that's not a good way to win your case. Trying to argue your own case in a child custody battle is usually a good way to lose. Instead, choose the attorneys at the Stutz Law Office as your child custody and support lawyers. Founded in 2019, the firm has already begun to make a name for itself in the El Dorado County, CA area. If you need to fight for your parental rights, don't do it alone. Call the Stutz Law Office for a free consultation with a trusted child support and custody attorney.
Depending on where a child spends the majority of their time, a parent may need to make monthly payments to their former spouse. Child support payments can cover amenities like:
The court awards child support to ensure the well-being of a child, not necessarily any of the parents. If a parent refuses to make their child support payments, the court can force them to do so. If you have any questions about how your child custody case may affect child support, call the attorneys at the Stutz Law Office today for a free consultation.
The court will look at a few main factors when they issue a judgment in a child custody case. First, the court's main concern in California is to act in the child's best interests. Second, the court always assumes that a child's best interests include contact with both parents. The gender of a parent has no bearing on their parental rights in California.
Child custody consists of two main components:
Joshua passed the bar in 2017 and worked as an associate attorney practicing family law at a medium-sized firm. His responsibilities included managing more than 50 family law cases at once. He departed the firm after observing the company placing more importance on profits than people and founded the Stutz Law Office shortly after.
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