Divorced fathers almost inevitably end up facing a number of common child support issues that do more to harm families than support them.
My budget is already stretched too thin and my ex is requesting more child support. How much is too much for me to be paying and what can I do about it?
Can I reduce my child support obligation if my ex remarries since she'll be supported financially by her new husband?
Many divorced dads are unsure what to do about their child support payments when they find themselves unexpectedly unemployed or out of work.
Estimating how much you might have to pay in child support is tricky and the total amount can change substantially based on a number of individual factors.
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