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Mothers More Likely to Owe Child Support than Fathers

This recent story on National Public Radio might be of interest to readers of this blog.

Who Fails To Pay Child Support? Moms, At A Higher Rate Than Dads… 918 more words

Family Law

Retroactive Child Support Waived in Hartsville, TN: In re Jayden C.

Facts: Mother and Father are the unmarried parents of Child. After Mother and Father separated, the trial court had to resolve their disputes regarding child custody, visitation, and child support… 798 more words

Family Law

E-FILE The Bradley Kansas Child Support Worksheet

The protocol for e-filing in Kansas courts requires (with only a single exception) that any document (such as an order or child support worksheet) which needs a judge’s signature to become effective must be filed as a Word* document. 149 more words

Ask Carolyn: "My ex is taking me back for child support AGAIN...I'm broke. Can she do this?"

Dear Carolyn:

My ex is taking me back for child support AGAIN.  All I am currently getting is social security, and I live with my elderly mother.  301 more words

Woodruff Family Law Group


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Allocation of Travel Expenses After Parental Relocation Affirmed in Williamson County, TN: Dahl v. Young

Facts: Mother and Father divorced in 2010. Mother was named the primary residential parent and was awarded 223 days of parenting time to Father’s 142 days. 1,017 more words

Family Law

2DCA: Demonstrating Inability to Pay Child Support for Modification

A trial court errs by modifying a child support order where the father is in arrears in the amount of $24,000 but fails to allege or show that he was unable to comply with the previous support order. 26 more words