Your top priority in a custody matter should be to protect your child’s long term well being, which includes the financial security that child support is intended to provide. » Continue Reading.
It’s unlikely that your former spouse’s job loss will impact your child support payment at all, though you should be aware that in tough financial times, your ex may come after you for any past missed » Continue Reading.
It may seem counterproductive to pay your way through school so you can earn more money, only to give more of it to your former spouse in child support, but odds are good that » Continue Reading.
Congratulations on getting custody of your kids in Brooklyn.
In most cases, your ex should owe you child support, but you may have to work to get the necessary court orders in place to make that happen. If you’ve been paying child support and it’s been automatically deducted, you may find that the deductions continue even though you’re » Continue Reading.
While your ex-spouse can’t make a court in Brooklyn order your new spouse to pay your child support bill, former spouses have a lot of tools at hand when it comes to making life hard for their remarried exes.
Your new spouse may end up having to divulge financial information as part of motions you’re defending against, brought » Continue Reading.