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  • How does the IRS treat child support payments?
    How does the IRS treat child support payments?

    You might assume that child support payments are tax deductible. You are forced to give the money to another parent and you are deprived the use and enjoyment of it, why wouldn?t it be deductible? ...

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  • Text messages are admissible as evidence in a divorce
    Text messages are admissible as evidence in a divorce

    Anything in writing may be used as evidence in a divorce proceeding, and that includes emails and text messages. In fact, electronic messaging has become overwhelmingly popular in such cases. Once ...

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  • Tips to manage divorce from an angry partner
    Tips to manage divorce from an angry partner

    It is normal for someone to get angry if they are going through a divorce. Most divorces are not mutual. In fact, most marriages end because one spouse is done with the relationship and wants to the ...

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  • Can you adopt with an arrest or conviction on your record?
    Can you adopt with an arrest or conviction on your record?

    Deciding to adopt a child is one of the most selfless acts any person or family can undertake. That being said, many people also commit dumb errors in their youth (for instance, drunk driving). Does ...

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  • Can your Social Security be garnished for unpaid child support?
    Can your Social Security be garnished for unpaid child support?

    Yes, your Social Security benefits can be garnished to satisfy unpaid child support obligations. Yes, the government can garnish either retirement or disability benefits. The federal government ...

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  • Voluntary vs. Formal paternity proceedings
    Voluntary vs. Formal paternity proceedings

    Paternity is the establishment of reciprocal duties to provide care owed by the father and the duty to obey the parent by the child, among other duties. It can be established in two ways: voluntary ...

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