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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Can same sex couples get married? Marriage defined by law What is a prenuptial agreement? What if the marriage doesn't work out? The child's other parent or a child support agency can sue you for support. In addition, a wage assignment can be obtained that would automatically deduct the support payment from your pay check. Marriage is a legal lifelong contract between a man and a woman. State law creates the relationship and describes the consequences of divorce or other marital problems. 18 You can always file a divorce petition, consulting an attorney is recommended. Child custody, child support and maintenance of either spouse and property division will be considered by the judge. As general rule, all community property assets and debts are divided EQUALLY. It is an agreement also called a premarital agreement that you and yourprospective spouse can make before you get married. What if I lose custody of my child to my ex? Same-sex marriage is legal in the U.S. state of California, and first became so on June 16, 2008, when the state began issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples as the result of the Supreme Court of California ruling, P.S. THINK TWICE BEFORE YOU GET MARRIED! Marriage and Partnership Itzel Galicia, Paloma Oropeza, Joshua Nolasco At age 18, you now have more freedom in matters of the heart. You no longer need your parents' consent to get married. Simply apply for one at the count clerk's office in the county where you are to be married and pay the application fee. You willalso have to sign an affidavit. Where to get a marriage license. What is community property? The assets and wages earned or obtained during a marriage. Both spouses have equal ownership and control over the community property in a marriage. Both may also keep certain property separate. Separate property would include, for example, any assets that belonged to one spouseor the other before the marriage. Its such an agreement, the two of you can change your rights and obligations regarding your property.
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