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Social Security Benefits for a Dependent Minor acts as a credit against child support

In the Marriage of Mitter

2015 IL App (1st) 142695

Essentially, if a minor child receives dependent benefits from a non-custodial parent’s disability or other Social Security benefit, the payment to the dependent can act as a credit against the non-custodial parent. 48 more words

2015 IL App (1st) 142695

Child Support Modification Reversed for Lack of Notice in Williamson County, TN: Solima v. Solima

Facts: Mother and Father, parents of Child, divorced many years ago. Mother was designated the primary residential parent of Child.

After Mother proposed relocating to Texas, Father moved to modify the parenting plan seeking, in part, to be designated as the primary residential parent. 804 more words

Family Law

3DCA: Inadequate Record of Magistrate

Because a trial court may not adopt or ratify a magistrate’s report if the magistrate fails to file a complete record of the evidence with the report (regardless of whether exceptions have been filed to that report), a trial court errs by adopting a magistrate’s report that does not include the testimony of a husband and his accountant. 23 more words


Tampa Divorce Lawyer on Mediation and Florida Divorces

What is Mediation in a Florida Divorce Case?

Many divorcing couples in Florida wonder if they will be forced to go to mediation during their divorce or if they can go straight to trial to have a judge decide the outcome. 822 more words

Child Custody

Child Support Reversed in Chattanooga Divorce: Culver v. Culver

Facts: Husband and Wife divorced after 20 years of marriage. They have two children.

One issue at trial was the parties’ respective incomes for the purpose of determining… 478 more words

Family Law