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Do I Have to Pay Support From My Annual Bonus?

If you were lucky enough to receive an annual bonus from your employer this year, you may have a lot of exciting plans for that money. Whether you intended for your bonus to end up in your savings, be ...
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Is My Ex-Spouse Entitled to Enroll the Children in a Private School?

Every parent wants the best for their kids. But what if parents are divorced and their definitions of “best” are not the same? What if the custodial parent wants to enroll the children in ...
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How Is Child Support Determined?

While the first concern of most parents is the well-being of their children, they are also often rightfully concerned about the amount of money that may be required for child support payments. In ...
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What are the Advantages of Establishing Paternity?

If you have a child with your spouse, meaning that you are legally married, there is usually no question about parentage. In this case, the law assumes that the husband is the father. When two parents ...
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My Ex-Spouse Won't Pay Child Support. What Now?

One of the most contentious aspects of any divorce is the matter of who will get custody and, subsequently, who will be expected to pay child support. Typically, if one parent is granted sole custody ...
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