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Looking at the issue of parenting time, P.1

Each couple has different circumstances when entering into the divorce process and will go about it a little differently. Two important areas couples typically have to deal with, though, are money and children. With respect to children, there is custody, child support, and then also parenting time. Each of these issues has to be worked out by the couple, with or without the intervention of the court.

Work with experienced legal counsel in modification of child support order

In our last post, we began speaking about the difficulties noncustodial parents may face in meeting their child support obligations. As we noted, sometimes significant changes and insurmountable difficulties in a parent’s life can interfere with obligations under a child support order. When this happens, the parent owing child support should seek help obtaining relief from the court.

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