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Family law is the area of law that deals with issues involving marital relationships and relationships between parents and children, as well as violence between family, friends or acquaintances

The following are explanations of select subjects included in Yolo County family law:

- Adoptions
- Annulment
- Paternity
- Prenuptial agreements

(Covered in Family Law)
A divorce or “dissolution of marriage” will basically end a marriage if the two parties involved are found to have irreconcilable differences which cannot be resolved. You don't have to give the court any other reason. It doesn't matter who is at fault. To get a divorce in Yolo County, you or your spouse must have lived in California for the last 6 months AND for 3 months in the county where you're going to file for your divorce.

(Covered in Family Law)
In a marriage annulment (also known as “nullity of marriage”), the presiding judge will make a decision as to whether or not a marriage is legally valid. This action can be filed by a married person to restore the parties to the status of unmarried persons, as if they were never married. Because irreconcilable differences are not a reason enough for getting an annulment, these type cases are different from divorce cases.

Child Support
(Covered in Family Law)
Child support is the amount of money that the court orders one parent to pay the other parent every month for the support of the child (or children). California has a guideline for figuring out how much child support should be paid in all cases. Child support payments are usually made until children turn 18 (or 19 if they are still in high school full time, living at home, and can't support themselves). The court may also order that both parents continue to support a disabled adult child that is not self-supporting. In Yolo County, custody and visitation issues may also be raised through an action initiated by the Child Support Services Department.

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