People work years and even decades to build up their pension and retirement benefits, and it is often one of the largest assets that a person owns. When divorce is on the horizon, that ownership could be threatened however. Along with any potential child custody and alimony matters to settle, there’s also asset division to contend with.
Enforcing custody can be a difficult battle, and this is doubly true in cases where the other parent might not be cooperating or sticking to the custody agreement in place. However, things become infinitely more complicated when one parent intends or succeeds in crossing international lines with the child.
In a post-COVID world, we’ve increasingly gotten this question: when getting married, do you have to physically be in the same location as your partner during the proceedings? This isn’t a new or novel scenario, but it has increased with the prevalence of COVID. In CA, this question is actually addressed by the family law code.
If you’re thinking about or discussing sperm donation with your partner or another party, it’s important that you are thorough with your research as you learn about the process of sperm donation as well as any ensuring legal responsibilities and ramifications. One of the biggest questions when it comes to sperm donation in CA involves child support. Namely, does child support apply in cases where a sperm donor was part of the equation?