How have courts dealt with child support claims in divorce cases?

California, United States of America

The following excerpt is from Ruddock v. Ohls, 154 Cal.Rptr. 87, 91 Cal.App.3d 271 (Cal. App. 1979):

[91 Cal.App.3d 277] In Armstrong v. Armstrong (1976) 15 Cal.3d 942, 126 Cal.Rptr. 805, 544 P.2d 941 the children of divorced parents brought an independent action against their father for past child support and misappropriation of

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