Creates the Opportunity for Additional Support Payments.
The Immigration and Nationality Act (“INA”) provides, with a few exceptions, a sponsor of an immigrant admitted to the United States must... more
Both child support and spousal support can be subject to change at any given time. As circumstances arise, it might be necessary to make changes in the amount of child or spousal support that is paid.... more
Before the court finishes calculating how much child support will be paid in a Florida Divorce or a Florida Paternity case, the court will take into account the amount of health insurance premiums... more
Review FC sections 4050 to 4055.
Family Code section 4053 lists principles to be followed by the Court in implementing the guidelines. This is a statute worth reviewing, and using to remind family... more
California Guideline Child Support is Presumptively Correct Amount to Support Children.
While the formula is complicated and depends on several factors, largely the amount of support in California... more
Calculate The Parents' Net Monthly Incomes.
The new PA child support guidelines are based on net monthly income after taxes, just like the old guidelines. For parents whose combined net income is... more
The amount fo child support the father was required to pay BY A PRIOR ORDER was below the child support guidelines. The trial court may modify the order to conform to the guidelines if the court... more
Under Massachusetts law MGL 119 39D grandparents can request the Probate Court to order visitations with their minor grandchildren if the parents do not live together and 1) are divorced, married... more