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  • Giving Credit Where Credit Is Due: How to Make Sure You Have All Your Proof of Child Support Payments and Credits
    Giving Credit Where Credit Is Due: How to Make Sure You Have All Your Proof of Child Support Payments and Credits

    Most clients always say the same thing when asked if they have proof of receipts of payments made directly to the Mother. "I never thought I would have needed that" or "she will admit that I gave her ...

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  • How to Set Yourself Up for Better Communication with Your Co-Parent
    How to Set Yourself Up for Better Communication with Your Co-Parent

    When going through a separation or divorce from your co-parent it is imperative to keep the line of communication open in a way that (1) minimizes conflict; (2) sets clear boundaries; and (3) puts ...

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  • Why it is Important to Deal with Timesharing Issues Prior to Settling Child Support
    Why it is Important to Deal with Timesharing Issues Prior to Settling Child Support

    It is essential that timesharing is clearly defined between parents prior to agreeing to child support . This is true whether the couple is divorcing, modifying a prior child support order, or if the ...

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  • How Do I Figure Out My Child Support Payments?
    How Do I Figure Out My Child Support Payments?

    Child support is a court-imposed obligation upon one parent to pay the other parent in order to help meet the child’s basic needs, such as the roof over the child’s head, groceries, childcare, and ...

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  • What If I Can't Afford My Child Support Payments?
    What If I Can't Afford My Child Support Payments?

    Have you suffered a life-altering event that is making it difficult for you to make your child support payments? Have you been injured, sick, lost your job, or had some other unexpected, substantial ...

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  • Child Support: When Can It Be Stopped?
    Child Support: When Can It Be Stopped?

    Has your child turned 18? Perhaps your visitation rights are being withheld by the mother. Possibly the opposite is true – your child is no longer staying with the mother but is with you the majority ...

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