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Aug 15, 2012

New Jersey divorce lawyerQuestion:

According to my state's child support laws, I am in danger of paying charged with a felony for nonsupport.

I already have a prior arrest record, though it is unrelated to failure to pay child support.

Will the judge take into consideration my prior arrests when issuing a judgment?

Aug 14, 2012

divorce lawyer Daniel ExnerQuestion:

My property division question is about how my IRA account will be divided.

We have agreed to splitting the amount with my receiving 100% of the value of the IRA at the time of our marriage and then splitting the contributions and earnings of the IRA after our marriage 50/50.

How do we word the judgment in order to accept these conditions to create two separate accounts without either of us incurring any tax liability on the division of the original account?

Aug 13, 2012

child supportBy Anna M. Ciardi

Cordell & Cordell Divorce Lawyer

Many divorcing or separated fathers have questions about the legal process of a divorce case, including what information is required to divulge to their ex-wife if there have been no court orders issued.

The most common example is the request for the other party's financial information for purposes of calculating possible child support amounts.

However, unless there is an order from the court, there is no requirement to turn over financial information prior to it being requested by the judge. That being said, it will be required by the court in due time.

There are generally three aspects of dissolving a marriage:

Aug 10, 2012

child support credit reportBy Jennifer M. Paine

Cordell & Cordell Divorce Lawyer

Federal law allows the state child support agency to report a delinquent child support payer who is just $1,000, and sometimes less, behind! 

This report will appear on - and negatively impact - your credit report.

To avoid credit reporting if you are headed toward the threshold, you should consider these four options:

Aug 09, 2012

child support credit reportBy Jennifer M. Paine

Cordell & Cordell Divorce Lawyer

Most dads don’t mind paying child support – it's when they fall a little bit behind and can’t catch a break that the problems erupt.

Maybe it’s the ex threatening to take him to court if he is even one day late. Maybe it’s her lawyer sending him a letter that his payment is past due, completed with a "friendly reminder" that he can be held in contempt of court and tossed into jail until he pays up.

Whatever it is, most guys dread the feeling of being labeled a "deadbeat dad" simply because they’ve fallen on hard times and can’t make their payments as timely as they once did.

Some of those guys work really hard to pay on time. They get second or third jobs and skip other bills to pay child support. Their ex and children might appreciate it, but they won’t get a glowing score on their credit report, as one might get for making timely mortgage, car and loan payments.

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