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Jan 14, 2011

Attorney Joe CordellJoseph Cordell sounded off on child support and the double standards in family court in an article featured on AOL ParentDish.

Cordell commented on the situation facing wealthy NFL cornerback Antonio Cromartie, who has fathered nine children in six states with eight different women. Cromartie has multiple child support orders that are based on his multi-million dollar salary.

But Cordell warns "child support should not be a windfall for the mother."


Nov 30, 2010

Divorce attorney Jason BowmanQuestion:

My ex-wife is claiming she is starting to receive income from a new business venture she started with her new partner but provided no documentation of her income or the existence of the business.

First, does the court actually trust unfounded statements like this? Second, how can I confirm her income and that she is part of the business?


Nov 05, 2010

By Molly Murphy

Regardless of your fight to gain custody of your children, child support will be an issue in your case. You will either be paying it or receiving it. Courts have little discretion in setting the amount of child support to be paid.

This is because, as a condition of receiving federal aid, the states are required to follow certain standards in their child support statutes. Although the exact procedures and details vary from state to state, there is a certain basic pattern no matter where you live.


Nov 01, 2010

men's divorce lawyer Rachel BrucksQuestion:

I am the non-custodial parent and pay child support to my child's mother. My wages are being garnished and my income has recently slipped below poverty level. 

Will my child support case be closed and I won't have to pay anymore because my income is below poverty level?

 


Oct 21, 2010

Divorce Attorney Angela FoyQuestion:

When my ex wife and I divorced, I was ordered to pay 5% of my gross income as child support. My ex now makes substantially more money than me and I would like to either get my child support obligation terminated or reduced.

She says that the support order will not be modified because her government job doesn't require her to pay taxes, so I can't prove her income. Can I get a child support modification?


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