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Blog Posts in August, 2014

  • Spousal Support when High Income Earner has inflated Expenses

    When the court looks as a Spousal Support order, it looks at the parties’ respective needs and ability to pay support. It is the court’s desire to assist the lower income spouse to meet their monthly expenses but making a support order from the higher income spouse. However, there are times when the lower income spouse’s expenses were artificially inflated and the higher income spouse’s income is ...
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  • What are the requirements to terminate parental rights?

    At least once a month I receive a phone call from a parent who is interested in terminating the parental rights of the other parent for various reasons including but not limited to (other parent is in jail, never pays support, never visits the child or visits the child sporadically). The court will only terminate parental rights under very limited circumstances, James J. et al. Vs. Christopher M. ...
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