When Child Support is Too Much: Reconsideration Options

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When Child Support is Too Much: Reconsideration Options

If you were ordered to pay child support and your financial situation has changed, you have the option to take the case back to court and have your support amount reconsidered. Before you risk falling far behind in your support payments and facing enforcement actions, you should talk with a child support lawyer about how to have the amount re-evaluated. After seeking a reduction myself in the past, I've learned a lot about how to make it work. I hope that the information about my experiences helps you to understand what you can do about having your support order reconsidered.


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 Categories: Law, Blog

When a couple with children split up, one of the major details that they have to work out is how much time each parent gets to spend with their children. If you're unhappy with how much visitation time you have, it's important to realize that you have options for altering your time with your kids. Follow these three guidelines for increasing your visitation time. 1. Work with Your Child's Parent to Modify Your Parenting Plan Read More …

Safety Tips For Newbie Process Servers

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 Categories: Law, Blog

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 Categories: Law, Blog

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 Categories: Law, Blog

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 Categories: Law, Blog

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