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Tips to Spending More Time With Your Kids

February 15, 2012  |   Posted by :   |   Child Custody and Visitation,Child Support,Child Support Orders,Judgement   |   0 Comment

For parents who do not have primary custody over their children, seeing your children every now and then can be devastating. The thoughts of missing all those special moments with your children may be a sufficient reason to regret getting a divorce. However, with a little imagination, there may be ways you can spend more [...]

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How do I move on financially after a divorce?

February 08, 2012  |   Posted by :   |   Child Custody and Visitation,Child Support Orders,Judgement,Spousal Support   |   0 Comment

In the wake of a divorce, just managing to stay afloat of debts may seem like a significant challenge, However, once the attorney’s fees are paid for and the normalcy of life resumes, here are a few quick financial tips which may help you to move on. 1. Create a safety net to fall into [...]

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How is Child Support Determined?

January 02, 2012  |   Posted by :   |   Child Custody and Visitation,Child Support Orders,Divorce,Spousal Support   |   0 Comment

Child support is determined on a number of factors.  Along with the child’s best interest, other factors are parents’ income, standard of living for the child, custody arrangement, level of responsibility for the child, and the financial needs of the child. Income considered when determining child support includes hourly or salary wages, commissions, overtime wages, [...]

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What not to do on Facebook during a divorce?

January 01, 2012  |   Posted by :   |   Child Custody and Visitation,Child Support Orders,Divorce,Spousal Support   |   0 Comment

Social networking is now ubiquitous regardless of age, gender, or demographics. By their very nature, these sites are designed to make it easy for people to check in with their friends and monitor their activities. However, this also means exes are able to access your facebook to find evidence which may not help you in [...]

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