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Financial Aspects of Divorce

What Happens When You Lie on Your Divorce Financial Affidavit?

You execute a divorce financial affidavit under oath in front of a notary public. Consequently, you swear on your oath that the in...
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How Does a Custodial Parent on Social Security Disability Affect Child Support?

A custodial parent receiving Social Security benefits for a disability can affect child support in several ways. The primary issue...
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How to Pay Child Support When Receiving Social Security Disability

Even if you're disabled and receiving Social Security disability benefits, you can still be pursued for child support. The ben...
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How to Compose a Hardship Letter for Child Support

Limited situations exist in which you can pursue a reduction in your child support obligation due to some sort of hardship, a situ...
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Personal Injury Settlement & Child Support

Most states obligate a parent who owes past due child support to pay that support out of a personal injury settlement if they rece...
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Arkansas Guidelines for Termination of Child Support

Everything eventually comes to an end, including child support. Laws governing the termination date of this obligation vary from s...
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Financial Responsibilities During a Divorce

A number of financial issues need to be resolved when getting a divorce. Not only are you and your spouse dividing financial asset...
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Alimony Laws in Georgia

In Georgia, the court can award alimony, also referred to as spousal support, to either party involved in a divorce. The court wil...
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Rights of a Non-custodial Parent Paying Child Support

Attorney Ronald Isaacs, an expert on father’s rights in child support issues, says questions and controversies about child s...
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Alimony Garnishment

When a couple divorces, the court may order one party to make periodic payments to the other. This ensures that both individuals e...
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