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Law Offices of Matthew Smurda
1999 Avenue of the Stars
Suite 1100, Los Angeles, CA 90067
Father’s Day can be one of the best days of the year for any father, regardless of whether his children are young or old. But, sometimes Father’s Day can instead be painful, especially when the father looks at his current child custody order, visitation schedule, or parenting plan and sees that Father’s Day is actually one of mother’s days of custodial time under the order or agreement. This article addresses several things that a father can do if Father’s Day happens to fall on “her day.”
Almost all states share the common goal of providing a person who has cohabited with their significant other in a committed, marriage-like relationship with some sort of a claim or remedy to seek financial restitution in the event that the relationship abruptly ends.
Many family law litigants rely upon child and spousal support payments from their ex-spouse/partner as part of their financial survival. When those payments are not made, they are often left in difficult and desperate circumstances. There are several steps that can be taken to ensure compliance with financial support orders and, if necessary, force the compliance.
Unfortunately, many people are dissuaded from pursuing or even considering a divorce purely due to financial concerns. But, a significant portion of such people may actually be able to obtain a divorce if they utilize any of the following options.
One of the most common questions asked of divorce lawyers by potential clients during the initial consultation is, “Should I move out?” The answer to this question will undoubtedly vary based upon the individual facts and circumstances of each case.