My husband has no life insurance, and I’m counting on him for child support payments. What happens if he gets sick or dies? Is there some way of ensuring that the payments will continue?
Is the business taken into account when it comes time for calculating child support? For example, if the teenage children are driving company cars, have company cell phones, etc.
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They don’t necessarily have to, and sometimes, I advise clients, “Keep your eye on the prize,…
The right to child support runs with the child, so it's always modifiable. The parents can agree to…
California family lawyer Erin McGaughey discusses the complex issues that may arise during the divorce process.
A Beverly Hills family lawyer discusses some of the most common issues facing divorcing couples in California.
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