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.
Most of us have heard the advice, “it’s never too soon to start saving for college.” But, how would you handle saving for your child’s future if you were in the middle of a divorce? Robin Lalley of Sodoma Law details ideas on how to continue saving for the future through separation agreements and legal contracts.
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.
This spring, a court in Italy ruled that a financially strapped chef can pay child support in the form of pizza in lieu of money. While this story might make us chuckle, anyone going through determination of child support knows it’s no laughing matter for the families involved. The more you know going into the courtroom, the better prepared you are to make sure the final determination of support will meet the needs of your children while also taking into consideration each party’s income. So, how is child support determined?