November 2012 Archives

Immigration and child custody: deported father fights for his kids

A man is fighting to regain custody of his children after being deported. The child custody battle began when the man's wife and mother of the children involved lost physical custody of the kids. Now, like similar cases in California, the man must appeal to the court to get his kids back.

California learns of child support ordered for man with 25 kids

California readers may be familiar with the story of a man who fathered 25 children in another state. Now the man is facing claims that he failed to pay his court-ordered child support to at least two of the 15 mothers of his children. In fact, the two women say, the father of their children owes them $27,000 and $36,000 respectively.

California divorce may be different for those with grown kids

Every couple that seeks a divorce in California is different. For some the issues of child support and child custody are contentious. However, for others who have grown children, a divorce may center more around property division and other negotiations, one authority reports.

International child custody issues rise in Washington and abroad

A new law being proposed in another state may be of interest to readers in California who are involved in a child custody matter that involves parents from different home countries. In the new proposal, which is currently going through the legislative process, a parent would not be able to remove a child to another country during a child custody dispute except under limited circumstances. Though this child custody bill has not been proposed in our state, its progress may be closely watched by many here and across the country.

Child support action against 9/11 hero of interest in California

A man who is considered a hero to many for his efforts on behalf of 9/11 victims is now being accused of failing to pay his court-ordered child support. The man has worked to gain funds for survivors of the terrorist attack that took the lives of many from across the country. California residents may be interested to learn that now his children assert that he owes $81,421 in back child support payments.

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