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October 2016 Archives

High-asset divorces can be complicated

We recently discussed some of the issues that have to do with property division in a divorce. This is only one of the areas of contention that you might have to deal with when you get a divorce. The fact of the matter is that almost everything that has to do with a divorce is going to be a bit difficult. We know that you might not really be prepared to deal with the issues that come up. While we can't make decisions for you, we can help you to learn about what laws play a part in your case so that you can make informed choices.

Property division is often a contentious issue in divorce

Aside from child custody and support, property division is most likely to cause some issues during divorce. If you are thinking about or in the midst of a divorce, knowing some basic points about how property is divided can help you formulate a plan and work through the negotiations that might occur.

You might have options to rectify child support issues

In our previous blog post, we discussed why child support is such an important obligation for parents. If you recall, we touched on some of the aspects of a child's life that are covered by child support payments. We also briefly mentioned that parents who don't think the child is being provided for might be able to take action in court.

Child support is an important obligation for parents

Some non-custodial parents balk at the thought of having to pay child support. They might think that the other parent is going to blow the money on other things. While some people might have valid concerns about where the child support money is going, there isn't much they can do about that unless the child isn't being taken care of.