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There are certain circumstance in which the terms of your divorce can be changed. Find out what they are.
Continue reading "A Guide to Appeals and Modifications of Divorce Decrees"
All states now have the option for file for a no-fault divorce. Find out if this is the best option for you.
A parent can be deemed unfit for custody or visitation for various reasons, some of which include child neglect, abuse, or a drug/alcohol addiction. Find out what else is considered here.
Child support guidelines recognize that dependent children need to be covered by a health insurance plan. Find out how Judges decide which parent will be responsible for coverage.
Grounds for modifying visitation include your child being in danger, a parent physically relocating, or the other parent creating an unstable environment for your child. Find out the rest here.
Continue reading "Reasons to Change the Visitation Schedule"
For child support purposes, these would be considered necessary and reasonable health-related expenses for a minor child. Find out how these expenses are split between divorced parents.
The two primary methods used by states are the Income Shares Model and the Percentage of Income Model. Find out what factors go into the calculation here.
Most child support orders don't cover the cost of work-related childcare after divorce. Find out how these expenses are generally split.