Modifying Child Support When Arrears Are Owed

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Question: I am trying to modify my current parenting time. Right now, because I only have 80 overnights, I owe my ex-wife child support. If I modify the plan to at least 110 overnights, she would have to start paying me child support. However, I owe more than $10,000 in

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Why You Need A Divorce Attorney In An Amicable Divorce

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There are plenty of marriages that end with an amicable divorce. A couple deciding they can’t remain married doesn’t mean they naturally hate each other. Many divorced couples remain great friends after calling it quits on their marriage. If you and your wife decide it’s time to divorce but are

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How Relocation Affects Child And College Support

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Question: My ex-wife and I signed a separation and property settlement agreement in Connecticut in 2002. We have both since moved, she to New York where she lives with our daughter and me to New York. There was an article in the agreement regarding educational expenses that stated that I

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Child Support Review When Expecting A Baby

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Question: My child support is eligible for review this month to be increased. My wife and I are also expecting a baby in five months. Is there a way to delay the review until after our child is born so that the court will take into account that I now

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