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Figuring Out Which Parent Will Pay for Orthodontic Work

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Negotiating the terms of a divorce is a delicate balance, and it is hard to anticipate all the changes that will occur in the future which alter the needs of a child. Child support is meant to cover a variety of costs, but orthodontics is one of those expenses that is hard to predict… Read More »

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How Social Security Benefits Can Impact Child Support

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Understanding how child support is calculated, and the specific types of income and expenses that are considered when determining how much a parent may owe, is critical to figuring out how to meet this obligation. Paying child support is not optional, and the child is the one primarily affected when this support is absent…. Read More »

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The Impact Of Additional Children On Previous Child Support Obligations

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

The image of the American family has changed drastically over the past thirty years, with more adults having children outside of marriage and with multiple partners, as well as blending families when new relationships form. This shifting dynamic does not alter, however, a parent’s ongoing obligation to provide financial support for every child until… Read More »

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Collecting Child Support From Self-Employed Parent

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

As technology continues to change the types of jobs available and in demand, people are becoming more accustomed to working in a number of freelance positions that lack the consistency and security of employment in the past. This constant state of flux, both in terms of when and how much a person will work… Read More »

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New Bill Would Change Child Support Enforcement Rules

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Being a parent is a lifelong commitment that does not end once a child reaches the age of 18. But, the obligation to financially support a child does stop when a child becomes a legal adult. Prior to this time, parents are expected and required to provide for the child’s needs, which is a… Read More »

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Be Proactive and Request a Child Support Modification Before It Becomes a Crisis

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Financially supporting a child is a responsibility that the majority of parents accept and consent to by paying child support consistently and on time following divorce or separation. Paying this amount every month is not necessarily easy, but knowing the money goes toward the necessities of their child’s life is enough to counteract the… Read More »

Options When You Cannot Afford to Pay Child Support

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Parents, on the whole, realize and openly accept the need to financially support a child from birth until he/she becomes an adult. When a child grows up in a two-parent home, supporting the child is not an issue since both parents are fully and actively involved in the child’s home and life. However, when… Read More »

Now, There Is a Child Support Order, But When Does it End?

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Making the decision to have a child brings with it the automatic legal obligation to provide financial support until the child reaches adulthood. Most parents, even if not consciously aware of this legal obligation, fully and openly accept the responsibility of providing for the child until he/she turns 18. This arrangement is easy and… Read More »

Enforcing Child Support Orders

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Most parents will say that raising a child on their own is a daunting task that presents many difficult challenges. Being the final decision-maker, while lacking another parent to support these determinations or provide feedback on other possible alternatives, can make it hard to remain consistent. In addition to the emotional and mental issues,… Read More »

Modifying Child Support Payments

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

One of the most integral aspects of many family law matters is the payment of child support. Parents required to make monthly child support payments usually have the best intentions to honor that obligation. They realize the importance of this money to the present wellbeing of their child and his/her future development. However, things… Read More »

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