Child support in California is based on a statewide guideline that takes into consideration, among other things, the income of both parents (or the income a parent could earn), the number of children at issue, and the amount of time the children spend with each parent. Sometimes, depending upon the sort of employment a party has (or does not have but arguably should have), the calculation of a parent’s income can be complicated. RRB has successfully represented clients who want to minimize their support obligations, clients who seek to ensure that their ex-spouse pays his or her fair share, and clients who need to modify existing orders.
- Prevented father from reducing child support by demonstrating credibility issues and successfully arguing to impute substantial income to him.
- Negotiated child support order for client with fluctuating income based on actual income as received.
- Prevailed in action whereupon a mother tried to set aside a judgment based on fraud and perjury and thereafter prevailed on sanctions request which required the mother to pay my client’s fees for the frivolous lawsuit in the amount of approximately $50,000.