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Child support shouldn't be viewed as a burden

In our recent blog post, we discussed how child support is crucial in cases involving children who have divorced or separated parents. This financial support helps to ensure that the child has everything he or she needs, including food and clothing. When you are ordered to pay child support, you might scoff at the thought of having to hand over money to your ex. While this is common, you should think about how your support benefits your child.

Child support is something that helps the children

Child support is important for children because it helps to give them the things they need. When you and your child's other parent aren't together any longer, one parent will usually have to pay child support to the parent who has the child the majority of the time. There are several factors that go into determining how much child support must be paid.

High-asset divorce requires you to think carefully

In our previous blog post, we discussed how you should be wary if your ex claims a sudden decrease in business income when you file for a divorce. This is only one clue that you should look at if you think something is amiss with your ex's finances. We can help you to evaluate every aspect of the case so that we can help you to fight for the divorce settlement that you deserve.

Be wary of claims of reduced business income during divorce

Divorce proceedings don't exactly bring out the best in people. Instead, these proceedings can make people do things they might not usually do. If your spouse owns a business, you need to be on the lookout for a sudden financial shift in the business.

Domestic violence can impact child custody cases

Marriages that include domestic violence are often filled with lies and secrets. When the victim decides to leave, there are a lot of variables that come into the picture. Divorce is one of these variables. Either side might file for divorce, but once this happens, it starts a series of events.

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