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  • 4 Steps to Take if Your Co-Parent Stops Making Child Support Payments
    4 Steps to Take if Your Co-Parent Stops Making Child Support Payments

    It can be frustrating, at times even devastating, if your co-parent decides to stop making child support payments. Child support is essential for raising a child and taking care of certain life ...

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  • Can You Modify Child Support Payments if You Are Unemployed?
    Can You Modify Child Support Payments if You Are Unemployed?

    Many individuals found themselves without work during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you are recently unemployed and trying to figure out how to cut expenses, you are not alone. You might be wondering if ...

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  • What Can I Do If My Ex Won’t Pay Child Support?
    What Can I Do If My Ex Won’t Pay Child Support?

    In 2017, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services reported that an estimated $10 billion in child support goes unpaid each year. That is about 15 million children without monetary support from ...

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  • Do I Need to Be Legally Separated to Divorce in North Carolina?
    Do I Need to Be Legally Separated to Divorce in North Carolina?

    If your marriage is headed toward divorce , you may be wondering, “Do I need to be legally separated to get divorced in North Carolina?” Not all states have legal separations and each state handles ...

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  • Do Circumstances Have to Change for Both Parties to Modify Child Support?
    Do Circumstances Have to Change for Both Parties to Modify Child Support?

    When child support agreements are established after a divorce finalizes, hopefully both parents feel financially stable and their children are able to live happily and with good health. This, of ...

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  • Dependency Exemptions - Who Gets to Claim the Kids on Their Taxes?
    Dependency Exemptions - Who Gets to Claim the Kids on Their Taxes?

    Check out this Forbes article about parents who get divorced and how to claim children for tax exemptions. The author questions whether even fighting over dependency exemptions is a good idea. When ...

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