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California budget cuts threaten child custody court hearings

On April 16, the chief justice of the California Supreme Court cautioned that the state's budget cuts are putting pressure on its court system. She warned that yet another round of potential budget cuts threatens to result in the closure of more courtrooms. If true, this may inhibit the ability of the state's residents to rely on the judicial system to preside over child custody proceedings and other family law matters.

California woman's blog details divorce and its emotional tolls

Understandably, it helps to have an emotional outlet while navigating through a California divorce. For some, the Internet is just that, and a number of spouses have vented their feelings in personal divorce blogs. The feelings revealed and information offered can be invaluable to both readers and the blogger. However, whatever is posted can be read by the other spouse, and those still embroiled in divorce proceedings may wish to be careful what they say online.

Proposed bill would help military members in child custody disputes

In a military divorce, much like any divorce in the civilian world, child custody can be a significant issue. Determining with which parent a child should live is an emotional issue for many families. This emotional stress can be increased in a military divorce where the service member has a possibility of deployment.

Dennis Rodman allegedly owes over $800,000 back child support

Child support payments are sometimes a source of contention in a California divorces. The non-custodial parent of a child is typically required to make payments for several years in many child support cases. These child support payments can continue until a child completes college or reaches the age of majority, depending on the circumstances of a particular proceeding.

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