In this podcast, family lawyer Moura Robertson discusses Child Custody, Visitation, and Child Support in Oklahoma Hosted By: Diana Shepherd, Editorial Director, Divorce Magazine Guest Speaker: Moura Robertson, Family Lawyer Divorce Magazine‘s Podcasts are available on iTunes. Click here to subscribe. Read the Transcript of this Podcast Below. Diana: My name is Diana Shepherd. […]
If COVID-19 has caused your financial circumstance to change, the first step is to take a personal financial assessment regardless of if you are paying or receiving child support.
As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, many individuals have been laid off or furloughed, forcing their hours of employment or income to be reduced.
There are varying degrees of situation change needed to cause the court to amend a California order.
Absolutely. In Indiana there are two types of child custody: legal custody and physical custody.
Here is what you need to know if you are a parent who wishes to have their child returned to the United States without breaking international custody laws.
In Indiana, child support is typically ordered through a child’s 19th birthday. Once an order is issued, it remains in effect until the court modifies or terminates it.
In terms of amount, Indiana uses what is called the “income shares model” where the gross incomes of both parents are used to calculate a child support amount.
While the term “winning a divorce” is common in popular culture, it can be a bit disingenuous and insensitive. Divorce is much more complicated than winning or losing
How does support alimony in Oklahoma work? Tulsa family lawyer Moura Robertson discusses how the court determines the criteria for awarding it.