At the present time the Illinois divorce statute and case law is firmly based on the &qout;percentage of income&qout; model of establishing the child support payment a non-custodial parent is to pay. For example if the married couple have one child the statute calls for payments to be based on 20% of the non-…
What You Need to Know About Child Support
In our blog, we discuss child support and everything you need to know about if you're getting a divorce.
How to Report Misuse of Child Support Payments
It can be infuriating to see your child's toes poking out the front of his sneakers while your e...
How to Make Child Support Modifications
Changes in a person's personal and financial situations might make it necessary to modify child support payments. Because the court has already determined these payments, the court must order the modifications. If you need to receive more child support are the parent who pays child support, it's best to enter the courtroom with a qualified family law attorney who specializes in child support on your side.
How Is Illinois Child Support Calculated if a Parent’s Income Changes?
We look at how child support is determined when a parent has an unstable income. Contact a Lombard child support attorney at 630-932-9100. Free consult.
How Is Child Support Treated by the Bankruptcy Process?
If you have a child support or alimony order issued by a court or enforcement agency, and you are considering filing for bankruptcy, Call 1-866-96-GMLAW
How Alimony Is Determined In Mississippi
If you have concerns about alimony in Mississippi do not hesitate to contact experienced family law attorney Derek L. Hall in Jackson for legal advice.
Pursuing Overdue Child Support in Illinois
Parents who fall behind on their child support can ultimately cause unneessary harm and stress for their child and the custodial parent. Gain skilled and aggressive legal assistance while pursuing your overdue child support payments. Schedule a free consultation with our Plainfield child support lawyers by calling 815-733-5350 today.
How Remarriage Impacts Alimony in Pennsylvania
How does cohabitation or remarriage impact alimony in Pennsylvania? Read on for the answer!
What child support covers in New Jersey
What child support covers in New Jersey - Child Support - The Law Office of Jeffrey A. April, Esquire
How Does Child Support Affect Alimony?
How Does Child Support Affect Alimony? - Brown Law LLC
How Do Courts Calculate Child Support?
If you’re separating or divorcing, and you have children, a court will determine child support. Continue reading to learn what goes into calculating a final support figure.
What About Money: Child Support & Alimony
How is Child Support in NC Determined? In many cases, child support is determined pursuant to the North Carolina Child Support Guidelines. There are child support worksheets in which you can input income information and child related expenses, and these …
How is Child Support and Alimony Determined in Arizona?
When divorcing couples have minor children, frequently the amount of child support is an issue in the divorce. In Arizona, child support can be...
What Constitutes a Change in Circumstances: Alimony & Child Support?
Zangrilli v. Zangrilli, 2018 N.J. Super. Unpub. LEXIS 2508
Child Alimony: How Remarriage Affects Alimony, Child Support
It’s common for one or both parties of a divorce to eventually remarry. A remarriage though brings up a host of issues including alimony, child support and rights of the stepparent.
How can bankruptcy help me get current on alimony and child support?
Most New Jersey residents file a chapter 13 bankruptcy repayment plan to get caught up on their mortgage and save their home from foreclosure. However, you can
How Adultery Affects Alimony in Pennsylvania Divorces
In our latest divorce blog, we explain how adultery affects alimony in Pennsylvania divorces.
How is Bonus Income included in calculating Child Support and Alimony?
The Alimony Reform Act defines income to include all income as defined by the Massachusetts Child Support Guidelines which clearly include...
Barry Dolowich, Tax Tips: Alimony vs. child support
Q I am currently negotiating my divorce settlement. I do not trust anything my soon-to-be-ex husband tells me and I do not have a lot of faith in my attorney’s tax knowledge. Based upon our circumstances, we apparently have some flexibility reg