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Michigan Secures One of Its Largest Child Support Victories Ever

Many divorcing couples with children face ongoing disputes regarding the children, including, but not limited to, child support. Child support can often be a contentious issue, even when both parties only want what is best for their children. Many noncustodial parents, most often fathers, pay child support not only because they have to but because they genuinely want to make…

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TV Star Arrested in Michigan for Failing to Pay Child Support

Not surprisingly, one of the biggest issues people with children encounter when going through a divorce is determining the amount of child support the non-custodial parent will pay to the parent who has physical custody of the children. Even though, in most situations, both parents want only what is best for their children, sometimes they allow their anger and bitterness…

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How Will New Child Support Laws Effect Michigan Parents?

2015 is officially upon us and every New Year brings about many changes. In Michigan those changes include several new laws that will have a direct impact on the state's child support system and how things operate in the future. The Michigan Child Support System/Program is a vast operation which collects at least a billion dollars in child support every…

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Child Support and How it Affects Non-Custodial Fathers

The nuclear family, which consisted of a husband, wife, 2.5 kids, a dog, and a house with a white picket fence in the suburbs, is a distant memory for many. There are an estimated 46,523 divorces filed every week in the United States. While this may seem shocking, it should come as no surprise considering first marriages ending in divorce…

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How Paternity can Affect Your Child Support Case

Separation with children, be it legal or through divorce, is an increasingly common phenomenon in the modern world. About 13.7 million parents identified in the 2011 U.S. Census had custody of 22.0 million children under the age of 21, while the second parent lived elsewhere. The top five reasons for divorce in the U.S. are communication problems, financial problems, abuse,…

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Three Important Things You May Not Know About Child Support

Over the course of the last two decades, the idea of the "all American" nuclear family has shifted and given way to more diverse family units. As such, family law has adapted and grown to meet and accommodate these changes. As the laws continue to change, it is important to know your rights as a parent in terms of child…

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