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How to get your child support payments reduced
 
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CPLS, P.A. attorney Russell J. Frank explains how to get child support payments reduced.
In Pennsylvania, how are  support payments enforced?
 
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PA family law attorneys talk about how support payments are enforced in Pennsylvania.
Legal Questions : How to Lower Child Support Payments
 
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All 50 states have different laws on child support obligations and payments, but it helps to get the other parent to agree on a lowering of payments. Retain the services of a family law specialist to lower child support payments with help from a certified civil mediator in this free video on law and legal questions. Expert: Robert Todd Bio: Robert Todd is the managing partner and president of Robert M. Todd, P.A. and Family Law Solutions. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz
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Child Support: Case Dismissed Arrears Gone Forever!
 
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Amen Osiris shares with you a case dismissal to brighten the light at the end of the tunnel! You can get an IV-D collections case dismissed!
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Can I make my support payments directly to my ex-spouse? Should I?
 
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Can I make my support payments directly to my ex-spouse? Should I? | Guichard St. Surin | The Guardian Law Firm | Criminal, Family Law and Personal Injury Attorneys | Request A Free Consultation | 239-288-7664 | http://ServingTheOne.com/ | [email protected] | 2077 First St. Suite 206 Fort Myers, FL You can but we recommend you not to. Because it is going to be hard for you to keep track of the amount of support payment you've made throughout the years. If you do not have receipt and your ex-spouses say, "Hey, they never made that payment to me." Then, guess what? The court would pretty much tell you you have to make that payment to the ex-spouse. The best way to do it is to have it being automatically taken out from your paycheck each month or bi-weekly. By doing so, now you have proper documentation of the support payment you've been making to your ex-spouse.
New Child Support Law Goes Into Effect Next Month
 
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BROWNSVILLE – A new law will affect those who pay child support. The new law enforces that if a person is not caught up on child support payments, they won't be able to renew their vehicle's registration. The partnership between the Texas Attorney General's Office and Department of Motor Vehicles takes effect next month. It applies to those who are 185 days past due. Donate to Thought Crimez and become our sponsor for weekly uploads pertaining to our podcast. Those who donate will not only get a shout-out for sponsoring our podcast, but will also receive additional content and some dope artwork. Donation link: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=ALD28NPK5C7PC Subscribe to Prince Solomon and I iTunes!!!! https://itun.es/i6h85hV http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/thought-crimez?refid=stpr Share it, follow, rate it and leave a review. Even if you can't listen to the entire episode. This will help us be able to give you guys and ladies more podcast episodes outside of Youtube in an easier form for those who listen to us on their phones. Again, a big thanks to Granville Barrett and Eric Thomas for donating to us. I AM PRINCe SOLOMON https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsI_0deqlLVMMcJIk5AYU2A Sincere Ignorance https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtd8pkYY_iVppdXLITG-kPw PATREON https://www.patreon.com/sincereignorance The Sincere and Prince Show https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIkSXp5ckQNoVak_Hd0mDIg -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Joey Bada$$ and T-Pain vs. Post Malone Rockstar Rap is Easy" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJ42tkbAUPE -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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How To  Terminate Child Support Order | Getting Judge To Sign FL-195 For Employer
 
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http://www.divorce661.com - If you are paying child support and your employer has a signed FL-195 which is the income withholding order, you will need to get a new termination of child support order from the court.
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How Much Child Support Will I Pay
 
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Julie A. Stephens Northwest Indiana Family Law Attorney 219-682-0003 http://www.juliestephenslaw.com A question often asked is how is child support calculated. We first always start off with your gross income and your spouse's or ex spouse's gross income. Obviously we can also be speaking about a paternity case where it is mother and father instead of husband and wife. We must always look at your gross income and the other parent's gross income. One of the items that we have to consider is which parent or are both parents providing health insurance benefits for the children. Now when your attorney asks you for this information please provide to them what you would be paying when it is employee only and what you are paying for employee plus dependents. This is going to be a different calculation than what is deducted from your paycheck if your employer is the one providing health insurance for you and your family. Your attorney will then be able to calculate how much it costs for you to provide health insurance for the children only. This amount will then be placed in the child support worksheet. The next item that we will be looking at is how many overnights will the non-custodial parent have with the children. What is important is that you and the other parent and the attorneys work together to make sure that the financial needs of the children are being met. It is not the goal or it should not be the goal for any of the parents to reduce their child support for their own financial gain. The Court is going to make sure that the best interests of the children are upheld. That is the goal. In Indiana the statute has recently changed where child support is terminated when each child of the marriage or of the relationship turns 19 years of age. Termination of child support when a child turns 19 is not automatic especially if you have an Income Withholding Order where your employer deducts your child support from your weekly or biweekly paycheck and sends it to the Clerk's office. You need to seek an attorney's advice and assistance a few months at least prior to your child turning 19 years old. Although child support may terminate when your children turn 19 years old that does not mean that your financial responsibilities under a Court Order terminate as well. There may be college expenses that you have been previously ordered to pay or the other parent may choose to bring this in to your particular circumstance if you are terminating child support. Once the child turns 19 there can be a concurrent order regarding your contribution as well as the other parent's financial contribution towards your children's college expenses. College expenses can include not just tuition and room and board but also health insurance, car insurance, school supplies, parking passes and anything else that the Court feels the child needs to complete their college education. Issues regarding child support are very fact sensitive and since I strongly suggest that you do not compare your case to others to come to your own conclusion, you should seek the advice of an attorney to discuss your specific circumstances so that you can both come to a conclusion of how you should proceed. Julie A. Stephens Northwest Indiana Divorce Attorney 219-682-0003 http://www.juliestephenslaw.com
Can I make my support payments directly to my ex spouse? Should I?
 
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Can I make my support payments directly to my ex spouse. Should I? | The Law Firm of Charles D. Jamieson, P.A. | Family and Marital Law | (561) 478-0312 | www.cjamiesonlaw.com | [email protected] | 1615 Forum Place, Suite 500, West Palm Beach, Florida 33401 ​In Florida, alimony is not automatically awarded and is based on a variety of factors, including the length of the marriage, income levels of both spouses, earning capacity of the spouses, the existence of prenuptial agreements, and others. Additionally, Florida child support can become a contested component of a divorce. To speak with a ​Board Certified ​lawyer about your alimony concerns, please call 561​-​478-0312.
Can I make my support payments directly to my ex spouse?
 
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Yes, payment of child support can be paid directly between parties. Typically, though, child support is paid through the state via income deduction order, also known as Income Withholding Order. Occasionally a judge will grant direct payments, as when the parties request it or on a temporary basis. But this is not ideal and for several reasons. For one, the court cannot keep a record of non-payment. This has a direct effect on proving arrears for non-payment. If the good will between parties breaks down, then the court may be called back to figure out whether a modification is needed, and what to do about arrears. An Income Withholding Order, and payment through the state, makes record-keeping easier.
Am I still obligated to pay child support while my 18-year-old child takes a year off from high...
 
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Am I still obligated to pay child support while my 18-year-old child takes a year off from high school? | Guichard St. Surin | The Guardian Law Firm | Criminal, Family Law and Personal Injury Attorneys | Request A Free Consultation | 239-288-7664 | http://ServingTheOne.com/ | [email protected] | 2077 First St. Suite 206 Fort Myers, FL No, you will not be obligated to pay child support if your 18-year-old child takes time off from high school. There are two ways in which the court would still make you pay child support. Those two exceptions are, one, if your child was found to be mentally or physically disabled before they turned 18. The other way is if your child is going to graduate before their 19th birthday. The child has to be performing in good faith and there has to be a reasonable expectation of graduation before their 19th birthday. Since neither apply to your case here, you would not be obligated to pay child support once a child turns 18.
How are support payments treated under federal income tax rules?
 
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How are support payments treated under federal income tax rules? | Valdespino & Associates, P.A. | Family Law For Florida Families | http://www.valdespinopa.com/ | 305-442-1200 | 2641 Abaco Avenue, Coconut Grove, Florida 33133
Can I make my support payments directly to my ex-spouse? Should I?
 
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Corrine Bylund Zisser, Brown & Nowlis P.A. http://www.zisser.net/ - (904) 353-3222. Florida Family Law: http://www.zisser.net/practice-areas/family-law Disclaimer: http://www.zisser.net/disclaimer
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Direct Payments: Information, advice and support – The Rowan Organisation
 
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Child Support Attorney in PA: What is Child Support? Comitz Law (570) 901-1235
 
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http://www.comitzlaw.com, Family Law and Child Support Attorney in Wilkes-Barre, PA. Call Us Today at (570) 901-1235 PA family law and divorce attorney Jonathan Comitz explains child support and the legal responsibilities of parents and guardians.
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Child Support 763-450-1500 Minneapolis Divorce Attorney Child Maintenance Lawyer Child Support Laws
 
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See how easy it is to set up Apple Pay and make quick, secure and private payments from your iPhone. Learn more about Apple Pay: http://www.apple.com/apple-pay/
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How can I keep track of child support payments?
 
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Barry Zisser, Zisser, Robison, Brown, Nowlis& Cabrey, P.A., http://www.zisser.net/ - (904) 353-3222. Florida Family Law: http://www.zisser.net/practice-areas/family-law Disclaimer: http://www.zisser.net/disclaimer
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How is #childsupport Calculated? | Rechel & Associates, P.A.
 
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Tampa Divorce Attorneys, Rechel & Associates: http://tampabaylawyers.com The question often arises during a divorce "how is child support calculated?" Theodore Rechel of Rechel & Associates in Tampa Florida answers this question. Theodore Rechel answers the most poignant questions regarding divorce, custody, alimony, time-sharing, visitation, child support and other family law services. Video Transcript: Child support is calculated pursuant to the Florida Child Support Guidelines. Essentially what we do is we take each party's gross income and the number of children, we figure out the taxes and appropriate deductions from each party's gross income to get to a net income. We combine the incomes and go to the chart which is indexed with the number of children that the parties have and pull off the basic number from the chart. We then make some adjustments for the time sharing schedule, and if there's a time sharing schedule whereby each party has more than 20% of the time then there's a substantial adjustment to the calculation. We then put in health insurance costs for the children, day care costs for the children, and run the calculation and out comes the number. There's some other adjustments and factors that are listed in the statute but generally the calculation is the calculation and it's fairly tough to argue with the guidelines.
Custody & Child Support Lawyer in Pennsylvania
 
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Bennett & Associates http://www.ebennettlaw.com/ Child custody and visitation are typically the most contentious issues in divorce proceedings. At Bennett & Associates, we prefer not to think of "custody," but rather of shared access and co-parenting. Only when one parent is seriously limited in their parenting skills will the law of custody disputes need to be invoked. Pennsylvania family court follows statutory guidelines provided by the state legislature when determining how much child support to order. At Bennett & Associates, our child support attorneys take the time to thoroughly review all the factors that could impact your child support order. We work with parents in divorce or paternity cases to design a child support agreement that guarantees your children have the financial resources they need while ensuring neither parent makes unrealistic commitments or feels they've been treated unfairly. Bennett & Associates 150 Strafford Ave. Wayne, PA 19087 Phone: 610-254-9060
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Understanding back pay
 
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For suggestions and topics for the show, e-mail [email protected] Reeves Law Firm, P.A. 1-888-962-0007 http://www.reevesfirm.com Home office: Kissimmee, Florida Representing clients before the Social Security Administration in the Southeast Region including Pennsylvania. Representing clients against the Social Security Administration before the United States District Court in all federal courts in Florida. #disability #socialsecurity #socialsecuritydisability
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Child Support Payments - The Basics by Kahane Law
 
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www.Kahanelaw.com Want to know what your child support payments should be? What your child support payments will be? Or what you will received or should receive for child support payments? if you are divorced or separated or will be separated soon, this video covers the very basics of child support payment structure. The Kahane Law Legal Minute is brought to you by Jeff Kahane of Kahane Law in Calgary, Canada. http://www.KahaneLaw.com/ (403) 225-8810 Kahane Law Legal Minute - Child Support Payments Do you have a legal question you'd like "The Kahane Law Legal Minute" to answer? Add your legal question in the comments below or contact us at [email protected] WARNING: This presentation is for LEGAL INFORMATION ONLY. Laws will vary by jurisdiction. They also may change by legislation or court ruling. Each situation is different and no one rule applies to every situation so it is IMPORTANT for you to contact a lawyer to get legal advice specific to your situation.
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Do I Have to Pay Child Support If I Have Shared Custody?
 
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A component of the child support issues that get raised, and this is a very common question, is, “Will I have to pay my spouse child support if we split custody?” In other words, if we get equal time with our children. The answer is it depends. It depends on your incomes in large measure. If you are the person who doesn't earn as much as your spouse, even where there's alimony involved – because remember, when you receive alimony, that's income to you, and if you pay alimony, it's deduction against your income. We shift the incomes, and at the end we look at who has the greater income because the greater income will determine whether you pay child support, typically. However, in a shared custodial arrangement, child support's dramatically reduced even if there's a child support obligation. It really is a product of your incomes after alimony is paid, if there's any alimony at all. For more information, visit http://www.spartafamilylaw.com/ or call (973) 726-0555
Do I pay my spouse directly for child support in Florida?
 
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Do I pay my spouse directly for child support in Florida? | Guichard St. Surin | The Guardian Law Firm | Criminal, Family Law and Personal Injury Attorneys | Request A Free Consultation | 239-288-7664 | http://ServingTheOne.com/ | [email protected] | 2077 First St. Suite 206 Fort Myers, FL You can pay your spouse directly. However, I would not recommend it because it is hard to keep proper documentation of proof of all of the payments if you do it that way. The best way to do it is to do it through the Department. All you have to do is going down to the Clerk of Court's office and fill out the proper paperwork or obtain the help of an attorney and have them fill out the proper income withholding, or income deduction order, for you so the payment will be automatically drafted from your paycheck every other week or every month. It will go directly to the other party, so that way it's properly documented and you have proof forever.
Child Support Payments | Lititz, PA - Law Office of Melissa R. Montgomery LLC
 
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Have your child support payments not been made? The Law Office of Melissa R. Montgomery LLC is here to help. Visit us: http://mrmattorney.com Sometimes, a parent who is ordered to pay child support may hide income or remain underemployed by choice. If this has happened to you, get in touch with attorney Melissa R. Montgomery to have your case reexamined. About The Law Office of Melissa R. Montgomery LLC: The Law Office of Melissa R. Montgomery LLC is here to provide professional, educated service for your family law matters. Attorney Montgomery is non-judgmental, empathetic, and easy to talk to. When you work with Melissa, she will guide you every step of the way. You’ll never be just another client but rather an individual with unique needs. For more information, call 717-824-3013 or visit http://mrmattorney.com. Connect with us: FACEBOOK – Like The Law Office of Melissa R. Montgomery LLC: https://www.facebook.com/Law-Office-of-Melissa-R-Montgomery-LLC-417790031612313 TWITTER -- Follow The Law Office of Melissa R. Montgomery LLC: https://twitter.com/MRMFamilyLaw --- Child Support Payments | Lititz, PA - Law Office of Melissa R. Montgomery LLC https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCF6Zi274aI5DQgLOEbcm6hw
What do you need to know about child support in New Mexico?
 
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Little, Gilman-Tepper & Batley, P.A. - http://lgtfamilylaw.com/ New Mexico Family Law Attorney Sandra Morgan Little answers: What do you need to know about child support in New Mexico? (Read the transcript of this video below). What do I need to know about child support in New Mexico? In most divorce cases involving children, one spouse will pay the other spouse child support. Child support is determined using the New Mexico Child Support Guidelines. The support amount is determined by a calculation based on each parent’s gross income, the child’s health insurance costs, any work-related childcare required, and can also include certain fixed expenses for the child or possibly travel expenses if the parents live in different states. Keep in mind that the definition of income for child support purposes is extremely broad and essentially includes income from all possible sources. There are two Guideline Worksheets that are used to help determine child support payments, Worksheet A and Worksheet B. How do you know which Guideline Worksheet applies to you? It is generally a function of how much time each parent has with the child. If there is a more traditional timesharing schedule in place, then support is calculated using a Worksheet A. If the situation is more akin to a shared physical custody arrangement wherein both parents have at least 35% of time with the child, then support is calculated using a Worksheet B. New Mexico case law also provides direction when there are multiple children between the parties that are not following the same timesharing schedule. Do the Guideline Worksheets always apply to New Mexico child support cases? No. There are many instances when either the parties agree or a court determines that application of the Worksheets is not appropriate. Such instances may include: When one or both parents make significant income such that application of the Guidelines would result in extremely high child support that goes beyond actual support for the child. When application of the Guidelines would result in the primary care parent paying support to the non-custodial parent. When one or both parents’ income is extremely volatile such that it would be better to have a regular monthly amount of support with additional support paid during periods of high income or bonuses. When does child support end in New Mexico? Child support ends when the child is legally emancipated, either by court order or when the child reaches 18 and graduates from high school, or at age 19 if the child has not graduated from high school. Child support can also end if the child joins the military, dies, or gets married. If a child has a disability that makes it impossible for him or her to become self-sufficient, then child support may continue indefinitely. Is child support tax deductible? Generally, child support is not tax-deductible to the person paying it nor is it includable in the other parent’s income for income tax purposes. We work closely with our clients in their child support matters. In cases where parties are business owners or high-income earners, it is particularly important to work with attorneys who understand more than just the basic child support guideline calculation. We have the necessary knowledge and expertise at Little, Gilman-Tepper & Batley, and would be happy to meet with you to further discuss your child support matter. New Mexico Matrimonial and Family Law Attorney Roberta S. Batley is a Board Recognized Specialist in Divorce and Family Law and a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. Trained as a Collaborative attorney, she focuses her practice on representing business owners, their spouses, and other high-asset parties. For more information about Roberta S. Batley and her firm, please visit http://www.lgtfamilylaw.com.
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Can I lower my child support payments in Florida if I spend more time with my kids?
 
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Can I lower my child support payments in Florida if I spend more time with my kids? | Sandi D. Milmed | The Law Office of Sandi D. Milmed, P.A. | Family Law Attorney Tampa | Contact Us | 813-712-4106 | http://www.milmedlaw.com/ | 1503 S. US Hwy. 301, Suite 6, Tampa, FL 33619
If I get 50/50 timesharing, will I still have to pay child support in Florida?
 
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If I get 50/50 timesharing, will I still have to pay child support in Florida? | Valdespino & Associates, P.A. | Family Law For Florida Families | http://www.valdespinopa.com/ | 305-442-1200 | 2641 Abaco Avenue, Coconut Grove, Florida 33133
Palestinian and Israeli Officials Debate PA Payments to Terrorists
 
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Fatah Member Ahmed Ghoneim and Brig.-Gen. (res.) Yossi Kuperwasser debated this week the $350 million paid out last year by the PA to terrorists and their families. Ghoneim: “We are free to support all Palestinian groups. Those families are very weak and they need the financial support from the Palestinian Authority.” Kuperwasser: “These payments have nothing to do with whether these families are weak or not. They don't have to go through any financial needs test to get the money. The only reason they get the money is because they carry out terror attacks against Israelis.” “More than that, they get more money if they carry out worse attacks because the more time you spend in prison, which means that you carried out an attack that caused more damage, the payments grow with the time. When you reach the really heavy sentences like more than 20 years, you get a salary from the Palestinian Authority that is five times more than the average salary....They call them prisoners of war and define them in their law as 'the fighting sector of the Palestinian Authority'.” “Is there a justification that the United States will give the Palestinians money in order to pay salaries to terrorists to kill Israelis? Is there any logic behind that?” (i24news) Calev Ben-David and Nurit Ben * * * Brig.-Gen. (res.) Yossi Kuperwasser is Director of the Project on Regional Middle East Developments at the Jerusalem Center. He was formerly Director General of the Israel Ministry of Strategic Affairs and head of the Research Division of IDF Military Intelligence.
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Osenton Law Offices, P.A. -- Child Support
 
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Child Support in Florida
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Calculating Child Support in Florida
 
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Here's a brief introduction into calculating child support in the State of Florida.
Back Taxes and Child Support.wmv
 
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http://www.TaxMama.com Today TaxMama hears from Krissy in the TaxQuips Forum who needs help. "I am married with two children, low income and my husband owes back child support. Last year I filed separately and ended up owing taxes. I had to set up a payment plan with the IRS to pay it off. I'd like to know if I file jointly this year, will the refund all go to the child support agency? Or will it all go to IRS for my back taxes?" Read the Reply: http://www.TaxMama.com/tax-quips/back-taxes-and-child-support/ Image Credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/quinnanya/5024589504/sizes/z/in/photostream/
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How Does Child Support Work in Pennsylvania Divorce Cases?
 
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The family law attorneys at Kardos, Rickles & Hand handle a variety of domestic relations matters, including divorce, child custody and child support. We can answer your questions about support orders. Call today for a free consultation.
Child Support Mock Hearing
 
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Administrative hearing process for establishing child support orders
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Importance of Traceable Child Support Payments - Attorney Bites
 
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Cordell & Cordell attorney Mallory McClure, out of the Miami, Florida office, discusses the importance of making child support payments in a traceable manner. She breaks down how an ex-spouse can make claims regarding lack of payments of child support, even if payments were, in fact, made. Mallory McClure's Bio: http://cordellcordell.com/attorneys/mallory-mcclure/ Proving I Paid Child Support: http://dadsdivorce.com/articles/proving-i-paid-child-support-when-enforcement-agency-says-i-have-not/ Set up a Consultation. Call: 1-866-DADS-LAW Click: https://CordellCordell.com Men’s Divorce: https://mensdivorce.com/ Men’s Divorce Source App: https://mensdivorcesource.com/ Dad’s Divorce: https://dadsdivorce.com/
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Legal Tip of The Week- Child Support (April 2014)
 
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Can I lower my child support payments in Florida if I spend more time with my kids?
 
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Can I lower my child support payments in Florida if I spend more time with my kids? | Guichard St. Surin | The Guardian Law Firm | Criminal, Family Law and Personal Injury Attorneys | Request A Free Consultation | 239-288-7664 | http://ServingTheOne.com/ | [email protected] | 2077 First St. Suite 206 Fort Myers, FL Yes, you can lower your child support payment in Florida if you spend more time with your kids. The way the Florida guideline works, it essentially works if you spend more time with your child, the less money you will have to pay for child support.
Pennsylvania child custody law attorneys explain how child support works in Pennsylvania?
 
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In this video, Philadelphia family law attorney, Robert I Whitelaw, and Central Pennsylvania domestic relations attorney, Cara A. Boyanowski, explain how child custody works in PA.
Ten Reasons Pennsylvania Attorneys Will Love Family Law Software
 
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Ten Reasons Pennsylvania Attorneys Will Love Family Law Software, including Quick Child Support, Shared and Split Custody, Inventory Statement, Calculation of Alimony Needed, Alimony Present Value, He Said / She Said Worksheet, What If Worksheet, Equitable Distribution Worksheet, Client Data Entry, and more.
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My spouse lost their job and stopped paying child support. What do I do?
 
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My spouse lost their job and stopped paying child support. What do I do? | Valdespino & Associates, P.A. | Family Law For Florida Families | http://www.valdespinopa.com/ | 305-442-1200 | 2641 Abaco Avenue, Coconut Grove, Florida 33133
Does custody time with a child affect the amount of child support that is paid?
 
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Pennsylvania child custody attorneys, David L. Ladov and Cara A. Boyanowksi, discuss how time spent with your child may affect child support.
How Much Child Support Will I Have to Pay? Denver Divorce Attorney Answers
 
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Child support is calculated by looking at all of the circumstances of a divorce and family finances to determine how much money is appropriate to pay. Considerations include alimony (spousal support or maintenance), the custody agreement, child care and several other determining factors such as education and healthcare for the child. Watch Denver divorce lawyer Bridget Finn explain more in this video. Divorce Matters has created an app for your phone that can help you estimate your child support and alimony payments. To download it for free, you can visit our web page here: http://bit.ly/1YDrx6P
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Direct Payments; Information, advice and support – The Rowan Organisation (signing)
 
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The Rowan Organisation is a direct payment and personal budget support organisation. They can help to support you with PA recruitment advice including rules and regulations on employment which follow good practice guidelines.
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Can clothing costs be considered as child support in Florida?
 
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Can clothing costs be considered as child support in Florida? | Guichard St. Surin | The Guardian Law Firm | Criminal, Family Law and Personal Injury Attorneys | Request A Free Consultation | 239-288-7664 | http://ServingTheOne.com/ | [email protected] | 2077 First St. Suite 206 Fort Myers, FL No, not necessary. The way the child support guideline works is once the court determine what is your net income and your spouses net income, and it gets the combined amount, it goes through a chart that determines if you're making $100,000 combined income and you have 1 child. It takes it to where the point meets and that will be the entire child support obligation. The court will be splitting that depending on how much money you're making. If you're making 60 percent more than the other parent, then you will be obligated to pay 60 percent of that amount; But if you're paying for child care costs or if you're paying for clothing that is not calculated in the child support guideline, that is essentially considered a gift and would not be considered as part of child support.
Can I lower my child support payments in Arkansas if I spend more time with my kids?
 
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Damia Rolfe, Damia S. Rolfe, LLC, (501) 340-0653. Arkansas Child Support Law FAQs: http://thelaw.tv/littlerock/Child+Support+Law Disclaimer: http://thelaw.tv/littlerock/About/disclaimer
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NC Child Support | Union County NC | Mecklenburg County NC
 
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NC Child Support | Union County NC | Mecklenburg County NC
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3 Reasons Why You Should Not Pay Your Debt
 
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Paying off an old collection or charge off will increase your credit score. This is a huge MYTH! Effects of Paying When you pay an older collection account or charge-off account, your credit score most likely will suffer. Think twice before paying off an old collection or charge off. By paying your debt, it renews the date of last activity. The collection company or creditors can now report the account for another 7 years. Everyone knows debt collections are bad for your credit score. Any past due accounts including debt collections have negative effects. These accounts report on your credit report for up to7 years. As accounts age, they have less and less impact on your credit score. Many consumers believe by paying off collections or charge-off accounts, that it will raise their credit scores. It certainly seems logical; however it is far from the truth. If you are concerned about your credit score, paying off debts prior to obtaining any other type of loan or mortgage can greatly hurt your credit score. Ultimately, if it is an older account when paid off (or payments are made on the account), by doing so can be devastating to ones credit score. The recent activity of any derogatory item has a big impact on how it effects your overall credit score. Is the Debt Still Valid? After a certain period of inactivity on an account, a debt becomes time-barred and debt collectors can no longer sue you for it. This period is known as "the statute of limitations on debt" and varies by state. If the statute of limitations has passed, it is illegal for a debt collector or creditor to sue you. You need to be careful in communicating with a debt collector because the debt statute of limitations can easily be restarted by acknowledging that you owe the debt, making a payment, entering a payment plan, making an agreement to pay or making a charge on the account. After 7 Years Collection and charge-off accounts should only remain on your credit report for 7 years. It is important to check your credit reports as the credit bureaus often continue reporting these derogatory accounts over the 7 year limit. If you have any questions regarding collection accounts on your credit reports, call our office today for your complimentary credit consultation. We look forward to hearing from you. 480-502-5554 LEGAL DISCLAIMER: The advice provided is for informational purposes only. It is not to be construed as Legal Counsel or Legal Advice.
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Can I Lower My Child Support Payments In Florida If I Spend More Time With My Kids?
 
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In Florida, the amount of overnight time sharing that you have with your child affects the child support amount, so the more time you spend with your child, generally speaking, the less amount of child support you would pay the other parent. If you have any question about over payment of time sharing with child please contact our offices at Law Offices of Eric C. Cheshire, P.A. West Palm Beach Office 580 Village Boulevard Suite 200 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 561-655-8844 https://cheshirefamilylaw.com/modification-of-child-time-sharingvisitation/
What if my ex-spouse is delinquent in spousal support payments. What can I do in Florida?
 
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What if my ex-spouse is delinquent in spousal support payments. What can I do in Florida? | Valdespino & Associates, P.A. | Family Law For Florida Families | http://www.valdespinopa.com/ | 305-442-1200 | 2641 Abaco Avenue, Coconut Grove, Florida 33133

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