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How to discuss child-support modification with an ex

The costs of raising a child can be substantial and often change over time. A supporting parent who pays child support on time ensures that the needs of the child are met. Sometimes, though, a parent can be upset when asked to either increase or decrease the support.

Visitation rights at risk after denying son a McDonald's dinner

For many, juggling divorce issues is not an easy feat. There are times when stress causes anxiety to an ex-spouse, which can result in his or her behaving negatively. Divorced parents in St. Charles, Missouri, may find it interesting that after refusing to take his child to dinner at a McDonald's fast food restaurant, a man is at risk of losing his child custody and visitation rights.

Property division can give ex-spouses a financial start

When a married couple acquires substantial assets, a subsequent divorce could become complicated. In the midst of such an emotional process as divorce, the couple can easily lose focus on important divorce issues such as child support and custody, alimony and property division. However, as long as a person remains rational, rather than emotional, the distribution of assets can be equitable and reasonable.

Undelivered prepaid cards cause delayed child support in Missouri

Many children in St. Charles, Missouri, are part of divorced families. Because divorced parents have to support two households -- instead of contributing to just one-- ensuring that child support is paid and received is important.

Joseph J. Porzenski
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