How Tax Reform Could Dramatically Impact Divorce

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If the GOP’s proposed tax plan passes, divorce could unfortunately get a lot more expensive for some individuals. Buried in the 429-page House Republican tax bill is a provision that might be construed as “pro-family” but in reality is more anti-divorce. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act would change the

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Child Support Options When Unemployed

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If you’re a divorced dad who suddenly finds himself out of work, you’re probably concerned about what happens with child support when unemployed. This unexpected transition can spell financial catastrophe. Suddenly, you’re scrambling to figure out how to pay child support with no job or how to get child support

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How To Calculate Child Support

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Child support law is tough to understand. It’s also an area of the divorce process in which many non-custodial parents, who are usually fathers, feel they are often mistreated by family courts with court-ordered child support amounts that seem higher than they can afford. Parts of the formulas used by

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Act Quickly To Modify Your Child Support Order

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Common sense dictates that if a father’s income decreases then his monthly child support should go down accordingly. Unfortunately, when and how to modify child support are questions that many dads find so confusing that they end up doing nothing at all and end up with payments they can’t afford.

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