If you are currently going through a divorce but are pregnant, you may want to carefully structure your divorce so that your soon-to-be-ex is still required to care for the child financially when he or she is born. Pregnancy can be an exciting but apprehensive time. If you are splitting from your spouse, you may be wondering how you will pay for the birth and the expenses of a child.
If the child is your ex's biological offspring, he may be required to acknowledge paternity and pay child support. In addition, that parent may receive visitation rights when the child is older. When the child has not been born yet, this may change some of the legal implications of visitation, child custody and child support anticipating the child's birth.
If you want more information about divorce and pregnancy, don't hesitate to talk with a Los Angeles divorce attorney at Claery & Green. We understand that this can be a complicated situation and want to offer our professional legal touch. Don't hesitate to contact the firm today for more information!