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Written by attorney Marshall Waller, almost 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
The Duty The statutory obligation for parental support of minor children is found in several locations in the Code. Generally, however, Family Code sections 3900 et seq. describe the... more
Written by attorney Anita Savage, almost 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Every state has child support guidelines that set forth the presumptive amount due from one party to the other in a divorce or suit affecting the parent-child relationship. Below you will... more
Written by attorney Greta Muirhead, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
I'm the Non-Custodial Parent--the other Parent has Primary Physical--What's my child Support? If you work hourly, take your hourly wage multiply that by the number of hours you work per... more
Written by attorney Raymond Wigell, 11 months ago.
This is an outline of all the steps an attorney must take in order to determine how much prison time a defendant may end up serving in Illinois. Introduction One of the most common... more
Written by attorney Christine Adams, over 1 year ago.
Did you know that if you are an employee in California, you are owed premium compensation for all hours worked over 8 in a workday or 40 in a workweek? Many misconceptions about when... more
Written by attorney Scott Maccabe, over 2 years ago.
First off, courts regularly order pendent lite (litigation pending) spousal support at an Order to Show Cause hearing if there is a disparity of earnings between the spouses. By filing a... more
Written by attorney Tina Tran, 10 months ago.
Whether you are trying to obtain initial orders or seeking modification of the current order, child support issues can sometimes be one of the most contentious of legal disputes. This... more
Written by attorney Carina Castaneda, over 3 years ago.
As many individuals who are paying child support are well aware, the laws in this area are highly regulated and public policy supports active collection of the money for the care of a minor... more
Written by attorney Wendy Anne Mara, about 1 year ago.
Many parents who are required to pay child support either because of a paternity action or because of a divorce, do not fully understand how child support is calculated. Florida Statutes... more
Written by attorney Judy Goldstein, almost 2 years ago.
Child support guidelines are set by statute and are calculated as a percentage of net income:
20% for 1 child,
28% for 2 children,
32% for 3 children,
40% for 4 children,
45% for 5... more
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