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Apr 22, 2014

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Question:

I have two child support garnishment cases that I am paying. One is in Texas, and the other is in California. The Texas case is for my seven-year-old and is an older case where I only pay past due child support. The combined orders exceed the maximum that can be garnished.

My understanding is that the Texas garnishment should be give priority. My employer will only comply with this, however, if I go back to California and get the support order there modified. That is, if a judge or commissioner would do this. 

Currently, my employer's solution is to take the legal maximum out of my wages and split evenly between the two. I don't want to create an arrearage in Texas. If I pay the Texas support out of pocket, I'm left with less than 30% of disposable income.

Can I get my employer to handle this properly? What are my options here?


Apr 21, 2014

new online editor dadsdivorceHello, DadsDivorce followers! 

I’m Katie Davis, and I’ll be the new Online Editor for DadsDivorce.com. I’ve already started communicating with some of you, and I look forward to hearing from more DadsDivorce readers in the future.

This is an exciting time for a website devoted to issues surrounding men’s and father’s rights as well as resources for men before, during or after divorce. Divorce and issues like alimony, child support and custody laws have been in the news and frequently discussed throughout the blogosphere. 


Apr 18, 2014

kids need dads

By Katie Davis

Spring has arrived, and you may be one of the dads that gets to have his kids this holiday weekend. Some families will be celebrating Easter, and others will just be spending quality time together.


Apr 18, 2014

Question:carrie westbrook attorney texas

My wife and I are divorcing after being married for 6 months. I believe she  has undiagnosed personality and psychological disorders. She's also 30 weeks pregnant. I would like to file for joint custody of the child. I probably won’t fight for full custody, as I know that the odds are stacked against me.

Right now, because I'm 63 years old, I'm also receiving Social Security Retirement benefits. I understand that once my son is born, he can receive these benefits under my name. 

Will the Social Security Retirement benefits eliminate or reduce the amount of child support I must pay if the judge does not grant me joint custody? Is there a way I can better prove joint custody is needed here?


Apr 17, 2014

kids parental alienationBy Julie Garrison

Divorce and wrangling over child custody concerns is never pleasant. But in high-conflict divorces, things can rapidly escalate out of control with very little provocation. 

While most divorcing parents manage to maintain their moral principles and overall composure during custody disputes, there are also those estranged spouses that can seem impossibly difficult. 


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