Children don't deserve to suffer when parents are no longer together and that is why child support is ordered. This court order carries serious consequences for parents who fail to pay and knowing what might happen is vital. Read on to find out what might happen if you fail to meet your child support obligation. Child Support Orders You and the co-parent of your child are both responsible for providing a safe and supportive home for your child.
11 November 2019
When couples divorce, there is almost always a fifty-fifty split on child placement and custody. However, if there are special circumstances involved, such as one parent is in jail, or one parent is rarely around because he/she is constantly traveling for work is deployed in the military, the parent who remains at closest to home more often may have the larger percentage or majority of placement time. Sometimes one parent is not fit to parent, and then the other parent might receive full custody.
5 August 2019
Summertime is also fun-in-the-sun time for a lot of people -- and that often involves a pool party or two. If you're lucky enough to be invited to a pool party, you may be delighted -- until you get seriously injured because of someone's negligent act. Since there's always a slightly inherent risk of injury when you get into a pool, are you simply out of luck if you get injured?
30 May 2019
It can be very difficult sharing custody of a child with an ex-spouse, but it is easy to make it work when you're both living near each other. However, the situation becomes much more complicated when your ex-spouse wants to move far away. It can majorly disrupt the custody agreement, making things very complicated for everyone involved. There are three possible outcomes that can happen. It's possible that the court will not allow the custody agreement to be modified, keeping things in your court with retaining custody.
14 March 2019
According to the American Psychological Association, 90 percent of Americans marry at least once before the age of 50. Of these couples, approximately 40 to 50 percent later get divorced. When a couple gets divorced, one of the former spouses could be entitled to alimony or spousal support. Alimony is typically ordered when one spouse is financially dependent upon the other, and after the divorce, they will need help to retain their current quality of life.
25 January 2019