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How Is Child Support Calculated in California?
How Is Child Support Calculated in California?

The Duty to Pay Child Support All parents are legally obligated to provide their children with adequate support, so they have the financial means to secure necessities such as food, clothing, shelter, medical care, and schooling. This duty arises from the parent-child ...

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