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Category Archives: Child Support


What Can Child Support Be Spent on?

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A common complaint of parents who pay child support to another parent is how the child support money is being spent. There may be allegations that the child support money is being “wasted,” or spent on the other parent’s needs as opposed to the child’s needs. How Child Support Money Can Be Used Florida… Read More »

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How Will Bankruptcy Affect Child Support and Alimony?

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When people get divorced they often give little thought to what will happen if they, or their ex, file for bankruptcy in the future. Spouses in a divorce may take the position that they could care less if the other spouse filed for bankruptcy. Alternatively, a spouse may think that bankruptcy will save them… Read More »

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Father Ordered to Pay $150,000 in Child Support 50 Years After Divorce

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In a case that demonstrates the importance of paying court ordered child support – as well as the importance of complying with court orders to pay support – a 74-year-old mother has been awarded $150,000 in back owed child support, despite her divorce being finalized 50 years ago. The divorce court had ordered the… Read More »

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Can Parties Agree to Waive Child Support?

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When parties get divorced with minor children, there is a great deal of negotiation that goes on between them. Give and take is part of the negotiation process and is generally a good thing, that courts favor. The less fighting that parents do during the divorce, the easier it is on the minor children…. Read More »

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How to Handle an Inability to Pay Alimony or Child Support

By Pawlowski//Mastrilli Law Group |

As this post is being written, the federal government is shut down for business. Hundreds of thousands of government workers are working without pay, at least temporarily. That not only affects those workers, but also those who depend on their income for support—including any ex- spouses who receive alimony or children who receive child… Read More »

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Can You Get a Garnishment if an Ex Stops Paying Support?

By Pawlowski//Mastrilli Law Group |

When we think of judgments that are obtained by creditors, such as credit card companies or medical providers, we generally understand that if they obtain a judgment, they have a number of remedies. One of those remedies is garnishment of wages. What many people don’t realize is that a judgment in a family law… Read More »

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