Written by attorney Anthony Payman Azemika | Oct 29, 2016

Trial Court can award child support less than guideline support despite Father's high income.

A California Court of Appeals has ruled that a Trial Court was not wrong by awarding child support which was less than the guideline support where Trial Court’s order took into account Father’s extremely high income, Child’s need for support commensurate with Father’s lifestyle, and Child’s best int

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