Children of Dissolved Marriages May Be Able to Sue for College Expenses

In most states, the family court system generally assumes that children’s parents will adequately represent those children’s best interests. With that being said, some states do allow children over the age of 18 to sue their parents in order to have their college education...
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How Do I Know if My Child Support is Fair?

How Much Child Support Should You Be Getting When a couple is ending their marriage and going through the divorce process, it can be a very difficult and emotional time. When children are involved and custody agreements and child support payments need to be worked out, it can...

Child Support: What Is Considered Income?

When it comes to ordering child support payments, much of what non-custodial parents are ordered to pay is based on their income. Depending on the state in which the case is taking place, income in terms of child support can have a slightly different definition than what we...

Are Divorcing Fathers Entitled To Child Support Payments?

When men consider divorce, they can almost hear the money flying out of their bank accounts for alimony payments. Married men with children sometimes decide to remain married simply because they think they cannot afford the spousal and child support payments that are likely to...

How Do I Lower My Child Support?

Tips on Modifying Your Child Support Order When an agreed upon or court ordered child support arrangement becomes impossible, due to a loss of income, change in marital status, or serious injury that prevents parent from working, it is possible for them to call for a change in...

Can I Get Child Support from My Wife?

Fathers who win custody in divorce look forward to spending quality time with their children regularly. However, many are not so thrilled once they discover how much child rearing costs. As a single parent, a father has no one to share grocery, medical, and other child rearing...

Child Support Rights for Divorcing Fathers

When parents begin going through a divorce, the top concern in their minds is the welfare of the children involved. Since courts most traditionally side with the mother in custody cases, fathers often worry about not being able to see the children as much as they would like. But...

Which Parent Pays Child Support After Divorce?

Child support is a payment designated for childcare following a divorce. The parent who does not receive child custody during divorce is usually the one who makes child support payments. However, even when parents receive joint custody in divorce, one may have to pay child...

Steps for Protesting Claims of Overdue Child Support

If the custodial parent of a child is falsely claiming that you owe back child support, take action before the situation escalates. If a court believes that the claim is true, it can garnish wages, place a lien on income tax refunds, or even revoke a driver license. To develop...

Getting Legal Help With Child Support Issues

Child support is one of several matters that fall under the category of family law. A lawyer specializing in this type of law also deals with child custody, marriage, divorce, adoption, domestic partnership, and more. Though many family law matters can be handled without the use...
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