It’s always been a challenge getting non-custodial parents to pay their portion of child support. In 2013, parents owed approximately $32.9 billion of support, but only 68.5 percent of custodial parents received their payments. However, the burgeoning gig economy is making it even more difficult for custodial parents to get what’s due because it’s much easier for non-custodial payments to hide this money. Here’s more information about this issue and what you can do to make your ex-spouse pay.…Read More »
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Getting in any kind of car accident can cause serious injuries, but bicycle and auto accidents can be especially damaging. Because the rider is so exposed and so much smaller than the other vehicle, even a collision at low speed can cause lasting and severe injuries. If you’re a cyclist who has been in a car accident, here is a list of the first things you should do after the accident is over, even if you feel fine immediately after.…Read More »
The income of your spouse is one of the main factors that a judge will consider when he or she is determining who much alimony you should receive. Unfortunately, some people attempt to lessen their obligation through unscrupulous means. If you are seeking alimony from your spouse and believe he or she is trying to avoid paying a fair amount, here is what you need to know. How Can Your Spouse Lessen His or Her Obligation?…Read More »