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Getting help with child support: enforcement and modification of support orders

Child support is often an important issue in divorce, particularly when there is a parent with primary custody who has a diminished earning capacity. For such parents, child support payments can be a critical source of financial support. One the other hand, child support payments can also become quite burdensome, if not impossible, for the noncustodial parent to pay, depending on the changing circumstances.

Older women and divorce: work with strong advocate to protect your financial future, P.2

In our last post, we spoke generally about the financial challenges older folks—and especially older women—can face after divorce. These challenges, as we noted, make divorce planning that much more important to ensure an older woman’s interests are zealously advocated in the divorce negotiation process.

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