If you are getting married, you and your soon-to-be spouse have likely discussed your hopes and plans for the future. You may know where you want to live, how many kids you want to have, what roles you will each fill around the house, and how you will approach finances as a couple.
We live in a digital world where we can access information as quickly as we can type it into a search on our computers or smartphones. Further, thanks to sites like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, we can find an extraordinary amount of information on just about anyone with a social media account in a matter of seconds.
There are more than a million children in California who are supported by the financial contributions of non-custodial parents. In fact, there are 8,000 of these children in Yolo County alone. The importance of these payments cannot be overstated, especially considering the sheer number of families in this state that depend on them.