Posts Tagged ‘payments’

Can Tax Refunds be Intercepted When a Parent Doesn’t Pay?

Perhaps you have already enforced a child support order and your spouse has not been keeping up with payments. This could be for many reasons. Perhaps they lost their job, or perhaps they believe that they can skirt out of payments without any consequences. No matter the reason, as long as your spouse does not… Continue reading →

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What Happens to Your Mortgage During a Divorce?

Today we will discuss some of the options you have when dealing with your mortgage in divorce. All too often people focus on certain aspects of divorce and forget the rest. In divorce, the mortgage is important because it deals with the home you shared during your marriage. What will happen afterwards? Selling, Taking Over… Continue reading →

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Child Support Myths: The Truth About Support Payments

There are many myths that are associated with child support. Because of this, sometimes you hear things about the child support process that are not necessarily true. Today we want to debunk these myths and help you understand the truth about the process so you can move forward with your case. What You Need to… Continue reading →

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Spousal Support: From Missed Payments to Changing an Order

Picture this: You and your spouse are going through divorce, but you aren’t sure how you’re going to financially support yourself when the divorce is finished. Because of this, the court will order something known as spousal support (or alimony), which orders the other partner to pay a certain amount of support each month. We… Continue reading →

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Parent Signing Over Parental Rights to Evade Child Support

Can the father of your child sign over their parental rights to evade child support? Today we examine this and many other issues that deal with parental rights and termination through an FAQ that will answer all of your burning questions. Parental Rights and Termination FAQ Can termination of parental rights be voluntary or involuntary?… Continue reading →

Can I Have Child Support Reduced if I Have Lost my Job?

When there have been changes in your financial situation, you are probably already aware that you can go back and modify your order. In many cases, this is done when you receive a new job and have a completely different salary. Sometimes, a modification is requested because you have a decrease in pay and can’t… Continue reading →

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What do I Need to Know About Child Support Enforcement?

When you are involved in a divorce case, you may have received a child support order. Perhaps your ex-spouse must pay child support every month to help you support your children, but your case may be complicated and require special attention. We will help you understand what happens if your spouse is not keeping up… Continue reading →

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Filing for Bankruptcy and Divorce: Which Comes First?

Let’s say that you are in a position where you are ready to file for divorce and the other spouse is not paying for your mortgage, so you are left to settle matters on your own. You may wonder if you should file bankruptcy first or if divorce is the best option. To put things… Continue reading →

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Receiving Spousal Support – The Duration Timeline

When you are in the midst of a divorce, spousal support may be one of the points of interest on your mind. Let’s say that you are somebody who has been out of the working world for quite some time – how will you survive financially on your own? To some extent, this is why… Continue reading →

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Child Support and Visitation: Entirely Different Issues

Many people will connect child support and visitation as if they are one in the same issue, but this is very far from the truth. A parent may say that they are “not in the position” to pay and you may think that this affects their ability to parent, but the two issues remain unrelated… Continue reading →

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