Monthly Archives: December 2014
Divorce can be Difficult During the Holidays
Thanksgiving was only the start of a festive holiday season that often involves weeks of parties, shopping, and celebrations with friends and family. These holiday events can sometimes last beyond New Year’s Day, and this season can seem daunting and endless if it coincides with any emotional strife in your life. For this reason,… Read More »
How Does the Department of Revenue Enforce Child Support Orders?
For many families, child support payments are an essential part of their monthly income. Child support is court-ordered periodic payment from one parent to another that is intended to help meet the costs associated with raising a child. The amount and frequency of child support payments varies case by case and depends on the… Read More »
Can a $1 Billion Divorce Settlement be Disappointing?
With the median wealth for an American household at roughly $90,000, a satisfying divorce settlement may be in the tens of thousands of dollars (or more or even less, depending on the situation). Many people may be blown away when they hear of celebrity divorce settlements worth millions of dollars and that include vacation… Read More »