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Can a Lawyer Help Me Reduce My Child Support Payments?

August 1, 2021

Bills, bills, bills—it’s not just an old Destiny’s Child song. Everyone has bills to pay, and when your financial circumstances change, your child support payments may be insurmountable. You can’t fall behind on them, lest you risk serious legal consequences. On the other hand, if you’re having trouble making ends... View Article

Choosing a Child Custody Attorney

July 28, 2021

When you love your kids, you’ll want to do everything you can to ensure you get to spend time with them while they’re growing. Even (or especially) if you’re going through a divorce, it’s important to reassure your child that you’ll always be there for them. Choosing a great child... View Article

How Do I Set a Time Sharing Schedule if My Spouse Won’t Agree?

July 5, 2021

Divorce is hard enough, but when you have children together, it can be especially fraught. In many cases, the court will set a custody and visitation schedule that attempts to share time as fairly as possible. However, no schedule is perfect, and sometimes obligations and emergencies happen. What can you... View Article

My Ex Wants More Money, or They Won’t Let Me See the Kids

June 21, 2021

What happens when your ex-spouse refuses to let you see your children, thereby going against your court-ordered custody and visitation schedule? Although most parents understand that it’s important to co-parent cordially, divorce can breed a lot of resentment. Sometimes, despite our best efforts, our ex-spouses refuse to abide by the... View Article

My Ex Got My Stimulus Check—How Can I Get My Portion Back?

June 7, 2021

Since April 2020, many Americans have received as many as three stimulus payments to help them get through the COVID-19 pandemic. If you’re going through a divorce, the stimulus checks may have been mailed to your ex (or direct deposited in their account). When a divorce is less than amicable—or... View Article

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