It's been found that parents who have some sort of mental illness are simply more likely to have their rights to child custody taken away from them than those who do not have any mental illness. For those who suffer from a disorder—even if it is under control and they take the proper medications every single day—this can be a very big factor in divorce cases and the like.
Conflicts over money are common after divorce in California, especially when it comes to child support. One of the issues that one woman noticed was that the little costs of everyday life are usually not part of the agreement, even though they can add up. For example, children who play sports may need to pay for jerseys, equipment, facility use and more. As parents know, there are many unpredictable costs that go along with raising a child.