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Interesting news today out of New York: A judge has recently ruled that it is acceptable in some instances to serve divorce papers via Facebook.

A couple important notes: This decision is not binding in CA, so there's no telling if it would work here.

Additionally, because California is a no-fault divorce state, parties can proceed unilaterally, even if their spouse attempts to dodge service, as happened here.

So, while this is an interesting ruling, it's not likely to have a significant impact here in San Diego.
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In this video, I discuss child support payments in California. You can find out more at http://www.bnnlegal.com/custody.html, or call us at 760-472-3193.

You can also visit the California Child Support estimator here: https://www.cse.ca.gov/ChildSupport/cse/guidelineCalculator

This video is for educational purposes only and is not intended as legal advice. Please see our advertising disclaimer at http://www.bnnlegal.com/disclaimer.html
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Find out more at www.bnnlegal.com/custody.html, or call us at 760-472-3193.
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Find out more at www.bnnlegal.com, or call 760-472-3193.
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On January 16th, the Supreme Court of the United States agreed to hear four cases about gay marriage. The Court is expected to answer two distinct questions. First, are states required to issue licences for same-sex marriage? Second, are states required to recognize same-sex marriage licences from other states?

Read more below.
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Even an uncontested divorce can be a difficult process, but San Diego county offers resources to those willing to try to go it alone and wait six months. If you'd rather not deal with the hassle, however, we are willing to help.

Read more at: http://www.bnnlegal.com/blog/san-diego-county-offers-divorce-assistance
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Child support in California is calculated using a standard formula. This formula takes into account several factors, including the number of children, the percentage of time the children spend with the parent who earns a higher income, the total income of both parents, and the amount of income to be dedicated to child support. 

Read more at: http://www.bnnlegal.com/blog/how-much-child-support-will-a-court-order-me-to-pay
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California Courts Receive A Failing Grade In Child Custody
 
In California Family Court, judges have broad discretion in child custody decisions.

Read more at http://www.bnnlegal.com/blog/california-courts-receive-a-failing-grade-in-child-custody
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