4 To Do’s After Being Served Divorce Papers

‘My wife wants a divorce’, said a confused husband soon after being served divorce papers. In your case, perhaps a brief sense of fear overcomes you as you struggle to collect your thoughts. The thing to try and do after you regain your bearings is to be mindful of the appropriate procedure to be able to place yourself in the most advantageous legal position.

Outlined below are 4 items to legally get you going in the proper direction: Continue reading 4 To Do’s After Being Served Divorce Papers

How Can Father Avoid Going To Jail For Not Paying Child Support

Specifics:

§  Mother has filed a motion for contempt against the Father for non-payment of child support.
§  Father has a court order to pay child support;
§  Father lost his job and has stopped paying child support;

Issue: What can the Father do to avoid going to jail for non-payment of child support? Continue reading How Can Father Avoid Going To Jail For Not Paying Child Support

Child Support Has Never Been Established

The Specifics:

§  Father and Mother were never married but have one minor child;

§  Lived together but have been separated for two years;

§  Minor child resides primarily with the Mother; Child support has never been calculated:

§  Father has been supporting the minor child for the most part but has been unreliable;

§  Mother never knows when she is going to get child support or how much the Father is going to give her. Continue reading Child Support Has Never Been Established

Father Can No Longer Pay Child Support Amount Originally Established

The Specifics:

§  Father and Mother  divorced ten years ago;

§  Child support was calculated after they divorced;

§  At the time child support was calculated, the minor children were in daycare;

§ Mother and Father have never been back to court to recalculate child support;

§  Both the income of the Mother and Father have changed; Continue reading Father Can No Longer Pay Child Support Amount Originally Established