Child support is a set amount of money paid by the non-custodial partner to the custodial partner to take care of the living and medical expenses of the children. Child support ends when the child turns 18 and graduates or turns 19 years old.
Alimony or Spousal Support
Hiding Assets During Divorce
If you suspect your spouse is hiding assets or concealing income, you should take steps to contact a legal professional to get further advice.
No One Can Touch My Retirement for Child Support or Alimony, Right?
Retirement funds are not all safe from being taken to satisfy child support or alimony/spousal support obligations.
What You Need to Know About Financial Settlements After Divorce
Having to arrange a financial settlement after a divorce can be stressful, so it’s important you know the ins and outs and begin the process prepared.
Securing a Divorce Court Settlement With Life Insurance
While the dynamics are different in divorce, it does not change the fact that life insurance is still a must when a divorce settlement is inevitable. Without proper coverage, you may not be able to maintain your lifestyle or support your children when your ex passes away.
Ohio Divorce Custody and Support Discussion
Questions and answers regarding a variety of common Ohio family law issues – especially regarding Ohio divorce custody and support.
The Public Needs a Standardized Spousal Support Formula
Before filing for divorce, it is likely you would like an estimate of how a judge will examine you and your spouse’s assets. Most importantly, you would like an idea of the future awards or obligations that will result from the divorce. Yet, in Nevada (and in most other jurisdictions), such a reasonable request from […]
Putative Marriage: Married 25 Years and Left with No Spousal Support?
What would you do? You’re legally married – or you think you are – but then find out a previous marriage is still legal.
Consider the Financial Ramifications of Divorce Before Acting
Failing to consider all of the financial ramifications of divorce can have catastrophic consequences, so think twice before you act.
How Dealing with the New Alimony Law May Make Divorce Even More Painful!
The new alimony law – effective as of January 1, 2019 – has effectively taken the longstanding alimony tax deduction and thrown it into the proverbial trash. Should you be worried?
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