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Factors In Determining Child Support

Under California law, both parents are required to provide support for their children, until one of the following occurs: the child turns 19, turns 18 and is no longer a full-time high school student, marries, dies, or becomes legally emancipated. For many couples who are getting divorced or separated, it is hard to know exactly how much child support is warranted, and this is typically calculated with complex mathematical formulas. The courts take into consideration a wide variety of factors when determining the proper child support amount, so if you are facing an upcoming child support negotiation, it's a good idea to keep these things in mind.

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