Q&A with Attorney David Simmons on Modification of Child Support during COVID-19 I Owe Child Support, But I’ve Just Lost My Job Due To The Coronavirus. What Do I Do? In these unprecedented times, few things about the future are known for sure. What seems to be... read more
Legal Relief During Unprecedented Times The ripple effect of COVID-19 has led to unprecedented emotional and financial effects on our families, communities, and economy. A reduction in jobs available to the workforce due to stay-at-home orders and social distancing... read more
Schools out, summer is here, now what? Co-parenting with your ex can be hard enough throughout the school year, but when summer starts it can bring a whole new set of challenges for parents to face. Take these small proactive steps to reduce those challenges and help you remain cool this summer.
Ending a marriage is a decision that most people struggle with and can be made more daunting when children are involved. Our age-by-age guide for addressing divorce with your children can make this transition easier and more effective without causing major distress during this already stressful time.
By now, you might have heard about the tax law signed by President Trump just days before we celebrated the start of 2018. The new tax rates could very well affect your divorce and cause changes to alimony. Amanda Cubit answers questions on the new tax law and alimony in this Q&A.