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October 2016 Archives

Paternity establishment and child support

37913290_S.jpgFrom extracurricular expenses to buying food and covering a child's medical needs, raising children is often financially demanding for custodial parents. In Jackson County, and across the entire state of Missouri, it is essential for parents to focus on securing an outcome that is in the best interests of the child. For some, this may include establishing paternity and seeking child support.

Missouri welfare reform causes some to seek child support

53466713_S (1).jpgCustodial parents depend on child support payments for many reasons, from medical expenses and buying food to purchasing clothes for school. In Jackson County, Missouri, and throughout the country, raising a child can be very expensive and parents should remain committed to providing their children with all of the tools they need. However, for both non-custodial and custodial parents, every situation is different.

Does interest accumulate on unpaid child support?

From a prison sentence to harsh financial penalties, you may face a number of challenges if you are unable to make child support payments. Furthermore, it is important to pay attention to other factors that could make your situation even more complicated, such as the accrual of interest on back child support. If you live in Jackson County, or elsewhere in Missouri, handling child support problems in a timely manner is vital.

Modifying a custody order because of military deployment

43943273_S (1).jpgWhether you are a parent who is facing deployment or are a non-deploying parent, you may wish to modify your child custody order as a result of military service. In Jackson County, Missouri, families who are preparing for the deployment of a loved one often face a number of difficult decisions and are unsure of the full impact deployment will have on their lives. If you are struggling with any issues related to deployment, finding answers and working towards a positive outcome is crucial.

How to behave in divorce court

36417391_S.jpgIdeally, spouses are able to sit down with their attorneys in Missouri and come to a reasonable agreement on property division and other issues. Once this is reached, it is taken to the judge, where the final decision is handed down. However, if things do not go so smoothly, it may be much more difficult for both parties to keep their composure while in the court room. The Huffington Post warns that behavior in front of the judge may affect the outcome of the case.

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