Joseph Cordell on child support, NFL player Antonio Cromartie

Attorney Joe CordellJoseph Cordell sounded off on child support and the double standards in family court in an article featured on AOL ParentDish.

Cordell commented on the situation facing wealthy NFL cornerback Antonio Cromartie, who has fathered nine children in six states with eight different women. Cromartie has multiple child support orders that are based on his multi-million dollar salary.

But Cordell warns “child support should not be a windfall for the mother.”

His law firm Cordell & Cordell handled one case in which “a very successful lawyer had been ordered to pay approximately $30,000 a month in child support, based upon this theory that he earned a lot of money and the percentage should be applied no matter what his income,” said Cordell, founder of Cordell & Cordell and DadsDivorce.com.

The case went to the Court of Appeals, and the payment was lowered to $5,000 a month, he said.

Read more about Cromartie’s child support situation.

Cordell & Cordell is a national domestic litigation firm focusing on helping men with divorce issues.

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One comment on “Joseph Cordell on child support, NFL player Antonio Cromartie

    Do you honestly believe $3,500.00 a month is a “windfall for the mother”?

    While I think many women take advantage of the salary-based calculations, I think the true victims here are the children, especially when their “father” has numerous other kids in different states with multiple women, a wife, and twins on the way.

    I’m sure these poor kids would prefer having a loving father in their lives. As far as this “man” goes, well…maybe he should have learned his lesson after the first 3 or 4 times. How sad.

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