Child Support

In family law and public policy, child support (or child maintenance) is an ongoing, periodic payment made by a parent for the financial benefit of a child following the end of a marriage or other relationship. Child maintenance is paid directly or indirectly by an obligor to an obligee for the care and support of children of a relationship that has been terminated, or in some cases never existed. Often the obligor is a non-custodial parent. The obligee is typically a custodial parent, a caregiver, a guardian, or the state.Depending on the jurisdiction, a custodial parent may pay child support to a non-custodial parent.
Posts about Child Support
  • Military Divorce while Overseas

    … that final decision. Go forward with your plans, even if your spouse does not consent. However, prepare for more cost and time to achieve your final decree. 3) Did you know that many US states and foreign countries separate the divorce itself from other matters, like property division, child custody, alimony, debts – and military pension? Some places…

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  • Legal Separation Versus Divorce

    … on separation maintenance. This is the same as child support (if applicable) and spousal support. Note that these rulings often affect divorce proceedings, should the couple not be able to reconcile. As with a divorce, things get more complicated if children are involved. If this is the case, the court will decide who gets child custody and visitation…

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  • 7 Things You Should Know About Oregon Family Law

    …. Judges have a lot of discretion in determining a parenting plan. Often, the most hotly contested issue in divorce cases is the parenting plan. This is because judge’s have broad discretion to do whatever they think is best for the children. While in many respects it is great to let the judge have free reign to fashion a plan unique to each family…

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  • The Power of Mediation During a Divorce

    …, alimony, child custody, and child support. A mediator does not make decisions for you; they just help facilitate a discuss that ends in fair agreement to which both sides agree. The idea is to reach an agreement as quickly as possible. Mediation is fair to both sides because both people have their voices heard equally. A neutral third party can do…

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  • Child Support During Guardianship

    … If you have been appointed as the guardian of a minor child, the court has imposed both rights and responsibilities upon you. Child support during guardianships is a financial issue that some guardians may not even be aware of. If you have been appointed as guardian of a minor child, you have obligations to manage that child’s financial interests…

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  • Rhode Island Family Court: The Basics

    … of alimony, child support, property, and the custody of the children. Furthermore, the court oversees premarital agreements, same-sex agreements, and partner agreements to protect assets and children. Also, the Family Court oversees matters regarding children who are delinquent or wayward. They may also see cases involving children that are neglected…

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  • How Will Traveling for Work Effect Custody

    … is an experienced Portland family law attorney focused on creating solutions to best fit your divorce, custody, and protective order case needs. Tom works in the greater Portland, Oregon area including, Clackamas, Lake Oswego, Beaverton, and the Vancouver, Washington area. He can be reached at 1 (503) 855-4777 or by using the contact page below. …

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  • Co-Parenting: The New Norm After a Divorce

    … You’re going through a divorce. You are angry and hurt, and you want what is best for your children. What can you do? Co-Parenting is an option, but exactly what is co-parenting and what does it entail? Co-Parenting In Co-parenting, both parents work together, in cooperation, while maintaining responsibilities that are shared and equal. However…

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  • Kristy Garside Presenting at Morgan Stanley Event

    … is a judgement, decree, or order for a retirement plan to pay marital property rights, alimony, or child support to a spouse, former spouse, child or other dependent. Please join Kristy this Thursday, March 23rd at Noon for her presentation. The post Kristy Garside Presenting at Morgan Stanley Event appeared first on . …

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  • Newport Child Support Attorney

    … If you are either receiving or paying child support, you understand how consequential it is. For the person receiving it, the compensation is an essential resource for supporting the child. If you are the person paying it, the compensation represents a huge financial burden. If either party is unsatisfied with the arrangement, they should reach…

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  • What Happens When Oregon Parenting Time is Not Taken

    …, and consequently child support as well. This is a slower process, but if the other person isn’t following the court order, it can be important to get a court order in place that they can or will follow. If they won’t change their behavior to match the court order, then you can change the court order to match their behavior. All of these remedies…

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