Because children’s needs, parents’ incomes, and parenting schedules change, child support orders are always subject to modification. Here's some facts.
This Is What Child Support IS...And Is NOT
The child support system has many flaws to work out; but in the meantime, let's all be clear about what child support is and is NOT!
Child support and why it is ordered
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How is Child Support Calculated?
Child support varies based off of a few factors that reflect financial resources of the parents and the residential time each parent spends with the child.
What is Retroactive Child Support?
Child support is a major factor when it comes to raising the children of parents who are no longer together. In the state of Florida both parents are equally responsible for being able to provide f…
How child support is taxed
On behalf of Janet Boyle of Boyle Feinberg Sharma posted in Child Support on Wednesday, February 24, 2016. Parents in Illinois and throughout the country do not always receive the total amount of child support that they are supposed to. In 2013, $32.9 billion was owed around the U.S., but only $22.5 billion was paid,...
Top 5 Things to Know About Child Support in Minnesota
Here are the top five things to know about child support cases in Minnesota family law.
Child Support 101
People frequently ask me questions about child support. Whenever children and custody enter the equation in family matters, child support becomes a looming issue. Child support does not belong to divorce proceedings alone, but is also an issue in paternity cases, guardianship matters, and sometimes Orders of Protections.
How is child support determined?
How is Child Support Determined
To establish predictability and consistency in the degree of child support awards, certain federal regulations are in place in the form of child support guidelines that is common to all states. Added to these, there can be state specific guidelines too. A fantastic divorce lawyer can tell you about these guidelines as
How is child support enforced?
Child support enforcement is helpful for parents receiving child support and, likewise, parents paying child support to ... Child Support
Citizen's Guide To U.S. Federal Law On Child Support Enforcement
18 U.S.C. § 228- Failure to pay legal child support obligations Section 228 of Title 18, United States Code, makes it illegal for an individual to willfully fail to pay child support in certain circumstances For one, an individual is subject to federal prosecution if he or she willfully fails to pay child support that has been ordered by a court for a child who lives in another state, or if the payment is past due for longer than 1 year or exceeds…
How to Modify Child Support in MD
Learn when and how to modify child support in Maryland from Andalman & Flynn's family law attorneys.
How to Modify Child Support in Illinois
If you need a child support modification, contact a DuPage County family lawyer for assistance. Call the Law Office of Martoccio & Martoccio at 630-920-8855 for your free consultation.
How is Child Support Calculated in Alabama?
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Tips for Determining Child Support in Minnesota
In Minnesota, a parent’s obligation to support their child begins when the child is born, and does not end until a triggering event like the child getting married, or turning 18 years of age. A divorce proceeding does not terminate either parent’s obligation to support their joint child. In this article, we will discuss the basic …
How is Child Support Calculated in Minnesota?
In the state of Minnesota, child support is determined based on both parents’ income and the amount of parenting time each parent is awarded.
How to receive more child support?
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What Does Child Support Cover?
Child support isn't limited to covering a child's bare necessities, such as food and clothing, as it can include a broad range of expenses, such as school costs and extracurricular activities. Check out FindLaw's section on Child Support to learn more.
How Is Child Support Enforced in Illinois?
If you are not being paid the court-ordered child support you are due, what are your legal options? To schedule a free consultation with one of our DuPage County family law attorneys at the Law Office of Martoccio & Martoccio, call us today at 630-920-8855.