Parents who are married usually consider their children to be their top priority. This generally does not change even after the couple decides to call it quits and file for a divorce in California or in any other state. When this happens the divorcees will have to come to some type of agreement regarding child support and spousal support. However, when one parent has been convicted of sex crimes committed against his or her child, the other parent may find it repugnant that the convicted parent would still be able to ask for spousal support payments.
When a couple emerges from a California divorce, each party is often relieved to be done with the many and varied tasks and decisions that accompanied the divorce process. Some are surprised to find that there is still a significant list of items to be addressed in the timeframe following the end of a marriage. Insurance matters are one topic that both parties should give some attention to after a divorce.