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After a judgment of paternity or divorce, the noncustodial or “absent” parent is typically required to contribute a share of the support directly to the custodial parent, who uses it for the benefit of the children. How the Amount Is Determined The amount of child support owed by a parent is based on the net monthly income of each parent, the amount of time each parent spends with the children, and the number of children to whom support is owed. The actual figure is determined using an algebraic formula that is so complex that virtually all judges and divorce lawyers rely on computers to get it right.
Code of Civ. Proc. ) Some other rules may apply in specific circumstances, and parts of this law have been ruled unconstitutional, so look carefully at the statute and consult a lawyer if you have any questions about these time limits. Child Support Parents are legally obligated to support their children until the children turn 18. The obligation may continue until age 19 if the children are attending high school full-time and aren’t self-supporting. Parents may have to support a child beyond age 19 if the child is disabled and can’t become self-supporting.
This is merely a technical difference. • Custodianship under the California Uniform Transfers to Minors Act. The Probate Code allows for the transfer of property to a designated custodian to be held and used for a minor’s benefit. Custodianships terminate at age 18, at which point the custodian must distribute the remaining property to the minor unless the document setting up the custodianship says that distribution is to occur later (usually when the minor turns 21, and in some instances at age 25).
Nolo's Guide to California Law, 11th Edition by Lisa Guerin, Nolo Press