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Dec 05, 2011

divorce lawyer Daniel ExnerQuestion:

I need financial advice on divorce on how to protect my assets and 401k.

I think we are heading to divorce, and I assume I am going to need all the extra money I can to afford the best divorce lawyer. I was considering stopping my contributions to my 401k for the time being.

Should I stop putting money in my 401(k) account in order to free up additional cash and to keep my wife from getting an even larger share of my retirement account?


Nov 23, 2011

Houston Divorce LawyerQuestion:

I would like to know whether I have a chance to successfully file a motion to reduce or eliminate my child support.

I very reluctantly agreed to the high child support in mediation over two years ago because I did not want to see her or my children suffer financially even though we have split 50-50 custody.

She never got a job, which the decree said she would, and she remarried yet I am still paying a child support amount higher than the guideline suggests.

Do I have a chance at getting a child support modification?


Jul 27, 2011

oklahoma city divorce lawyerQuestion:

I'm looking for financial advice on divorce on child support laws.

I recently took a job with a higher paying salary that my ex-wife does not know about. I already pay her child support, alimony, child care costs, etc., and the increased income is not very substantial.

Do I have to voluntarily notify her and disclose my increased salary?


Jul 25, 2011

child alimonyBy Daniel Exner

Divorce Lawyer, Cordell & Cordell

For a lot of divorced dads, income can fluctuate month to month, especially during these rough economic times with the national unemployment rate hovering between 9 and 10 percent.

To try and be fair to both parties, the court may look at your monthly income from the past 6 or 12 months and establish your income at an average rate.

That way, any alimony or child support orders will not be unfairly based on your high income months or your low income months.

So how does fluctuating income from overtime, inconsistent work, or odd jobs affect the determination of alimony and child support?


Jun 30, 2011

Question:divorce lawyer Ashley Hughes

My question is about child support modification.

Can child support be modified if the custodial parent's income increases, but the non-custodial parent's income remains the same?

 


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