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.


Your Rights After Being Pulled Over For Driving Under The Influence

28 September 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you've been pulled over because an officer believes you are under the influence, there are several rights you have to protect yourself. Even if you've only had one or two drinks, you may still be over the legal limit, so check out these five rights you have after being pulled over for driving under the influence. The Right to Remain Silent Any time you are pulled over or arrested, you have the right to remain silent. Read More …

Getting A Divorce: 3 Considerations To Take Before Asking For One

17 September 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

So, your marriage isn't going the way that you think it should. You think that you want a divorce. However, before you say that you do, which are words that you cannot simply take make, you need to understand what it means to ask your spouse for a divorce. Here are three things to take into consideration before you ever mention it: How Will Divorce Affect You? You need to first consider how you will fare on your own. Read More …

How Hard Is It To Prove Familial Status Discrimination?

11 September 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

It's sad but true that people will discriminate against other people based on just about anything. One common form of discrimination that isn't talked about as often is familial discrimination. This is when a landlord refuses to rent to people with children or set special rules for parents (e.g. charge higher rents). As you can imagine, this can make life unnecessarily difficult for parents. However, proving a familial status discrimination case can be challenging. Read More …

Divorce Over 50: Seven Ways To Come Out Relatively Unscathed And Ready To Move On

5 September 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

While divorce is not usually a pleasant experience for anyone, it can be more difficult for people over 50. You're closing in on retirement, likely own a lot more in assets than your much younger counterparts and might not feel as flexible in life as you did years ago. Here are seven helpful ways to face the upcoming changes and get through them more intact than not. 1. Give Yourself Time And Space To Think Read More …

2 Things To Put In Your Will

14 August 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Thinking about the future and planning on what will happen after you die isn't anything that people really want to do, however, it's something that needs to be done. You need to make sure that you have good plans for whatever comes. It will make it easier on your family after something has happened to you. No one will have to worry about what you wanted to be done or what needs to be done. Read More …