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June 2015 Archives

What measures might CSS take for failure to pay child support?

If you are a single parent who depends upon money from child support, then you are likely aware of how important it is to receive your payments on time every month. It can be very challenging to make ends meet when you have so many important expenses to cover. If the person responsible for paying child support fails to do so, you could very quickly find yourself in a financial bind. This is unfair to both you and your children.

On interstate custody, and what you need to know about it

Imagine that you and your ex-spouse got a divorce a couple of years ago. Prior to that, you had two children together, so custody arrangements were necessary to make the divorce go through. Since the divorce, you and your ex are civil with each other, and the custody arrangement has not been difficult to enforce or "stick to."

Here are a few reasons why a prenup can be challenged

We have talked about the prenuptial agreement before, and how important this document is to both divorce and marriage. There are a lot of things to consider when it comes to that prenuptial agreement, and, once complete, that contract can dictate how a divorce proceeds. However, this has led to the perception that prenuptial agreements are ironclad and that they cannot be challenged or appealed. And this simply isn't true.

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