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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Why You Should Consider Hiring a Social Security Disability Lawyer

8 October 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

There are some people out there that go through the entire process of applying for Social Security Disability without the help of a lawyer. However, there are risks involved with that and those might not be risks that you want to take. To help you have a better understanding of why you would want to hire a Social Security Disability lawyer for your case, you will want to read the following: Read More …

How To Correctly Deal With Being Pulled Over

6 September 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

A police officer may pull you over for a variety of traffic law violations when you are driving. You may have forgotten to use your blinker, been driving erratically or strangely, or perhaps, as is most common, been caught speeding. If you get pulled over, here's how to correctly deal with the situation. Pull over and roll down both windows slightly You don't know what side of the car the cop will approach, so roll down both windows a little bit so you can speak to the officer when they get to your car. Read More …

How To Write A Will When Spouses Disagree On How To Split Their Assets

28 June 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Married couples can either write a joint will or individual wills. Although the idea of a joint will seems to make sense, the realities are quite different. For starters, the couple may not agree on how the property should be divided. This can make it impossible to write a joint will. There is no single ideal way of dividing assets in such cases. Each will should be guided by the individual circumstances of the person writing it. Read More …

5 Financial Tips During A Divorce And Custody Battle

28 June 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Finances are a major issue in most divorces. Both parties are usually trying to get as big a share of the assets as possible, and this creates many challenges. If you're going through a divorce or if you think you will be doing so in the near future, there are certain things you can do to safeguard your financial future. Tip 1: Separate Your Finances During a divorce, both parties require as much money as they can get their hands on. Read More …

Child Custody For Non-Parents: What Rights Do Family Members Have?

27 May 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Parents aren't the only ones who are impacted by a separation. Often, other family members will also want to maintain their relationship with the children involved. What rights do family members have when faced with child custody issues? Only Parents and Sometimes Grandparent Have Rights  When it comes to the right to see a child, only biological parents usually have presupposed legal right to do so. However, some states also recognize the rights of the child's grandparents. Read More …