One of the major concerns a divorcing person will have is spousal support. If a divorcee expects to pay spousal support, he or she will likely want to know exactly how long he or she must continue payments, and a … ContinuedRead More
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Following a divorce, one spouse may owe alimony or spousal support to the other to help make up for differences in income and adjusting to single living. However, due to rising housing costs in many areas of the United States, … ContinuedRead More
Divorce affects not only the divorcing couple and their family; it also affects the former spouses’ extended families, including their parents. After a divorce, it may seem natural to keep in touch with in-laws, but is this really advisable? Ultimately, … ContinuedRead More
If you have an obligation to pay child support, your inability to pay does not negate your obligation. Even if you lose your job and have very limited financial assets, you still have a legal duty to meet your child … ContinuedRead More
A parent can lose his or her parental rights either voluntarily or involuntarily. However, voluntary termination of parental rights is more difficult to secure and is only possible under certain circumstances. The underlying reason for this is children’s constitutional right … ContinuedRead More