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Blog Posts in December, 2019

  • What Can I Do if My Ex Fails to Pay Child Support?

    If you and your former spouse have children, you also have a child support order in place, since it is the obligation of both parents to continue to provide financial support. Since children spend the bulk of their time with the custodial parent, the non-custodial parent must faithfully make these child support payments. However, not every parent willingly fulfills this obligation. If your former ...
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  • How Are Debts Divided in a Divorce?

    During the divorce process, all marital assets and property are subject to division. However, in addition to divvying up their assets, spouses must also split the debts they incurred throughout their marriage. Of course, having to divide debt can make anyone uncomfortable, especially if you have concerns about taking on debt that you believe you should not be responsible for. If your debts are not ...
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