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When Can You Modify Your Child Support Agreement in California
When Can You Modify Your Child Support Agreement in California

The state of California takes the view that any changes in the income or personal life of an individual parent or guardian should result in either parent seeking a modification to their child support payments. A Material Change in Circumstances One of the terms that are ...

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