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Britney Spears concerned about retaliation re child support issue

42892638_S.jpgMusic fans in Missouri who follow the career of pop music star Britney Spears may recall the struggle the performer faced when her 2007 divorce made headline news. Since then, she has been trying to resolve various custody and child support issues that have arisen regarding her two children. The boys' father, Kevin Federline, is apparently not satisfied with current payment amounts.

Before child support, be informed about paternity

37913327_S.jpgA man's bond with his child can be incredibly strong. For some dads, however, they may have a nagging feeling that the child they are raising is not their true biological child. Other men are willing to live with the uncertainty and try to keep a strong, stable presence in the child's life. However, for Missouri men, this attitude can come with long-term impacts, such as paying child support for a child who is not one's biological child.

Child support enforcement technology coming to all 50 states

10277612_S.jpgIn an effort to reduce spending, the Department of Health and Human Services is asking for funds for technology upgrades. Since 1995, each state has been legally required to have a system in place for child support collection and enforcement. Some states have struggled to do so. Individuals in Missouri may be interested to learn more about the proposed federal program and its potential impacts for payment monitoring. 

Child support is key for your child's financial stability

33971679_S (1).jpgRaising children can be expensive, but fear of being the sole financial supporter should not deter Missouri parents from seeking divorce. In most cases, custodial parents in Missouri will usually receive child support payments from their exes. However, most judges will take more than just primary custody into account when determining an appropriate payment plan.

Your daycare costs could be included in child support

48495034_S.jpgWorking parents in Missouri likely already understand just how complicated day care matters can be. From finding the right facility to dealing with day care-related illnesses, one of the biggest issues parents face is paying the hefty bill. For divorced parents, this payment can usually be addressed and included in their child support order.

Child support is for the child's welfare and benefit

39649460_S.jpgResearch shows that approximately one-half of marriages end in divorce. Many of these marriages involve children who will be affected by the divorce. In addition, a significant percentage of children born in the United States are born to unwed parents. Based upon these statistics, it is easy to see that there is a great need for child support throughout Missouri as well as the rest of the nation.

Child support changes in another state may raise a few eyebrows

58904961_S.jpgWhen Missouri parents head to court for divorce, they often find themselves facing challenges regarding the future care and financial provisions of their children. Especially where child support issues are concerned, the court is often prompted to make decisions with which one or the other parent might not be satisfied. In fact, in another state, the beginning of July will bring about a new law that drastically changes the guidelines for determining child support matters.

Where to find help if funds seized for child support

65836394_S.jpgVarious challenges and complications sometimes surface concerning child-related issues after divorce. A hot topic in this regard is child support. The court makes the ultimate decision of who (if anyone) will pay and how much each payment will be. The system in place for child support in Missouri is by no means error-free, however.

Judge orders child support to foot bill for acting lessons

46879147_S.jpgEvery family law situation in Missouri is different. Any number of challenges may arise when attempting to resolve problems concerning child support, custody or other parental matters. The court is the final voice of authority in such situations, and sometimes (as in a recent case in another state) its decisions take those involved by surprise. A concerned parent is always able to act alongside experienced guidance to ensure protection of his or her best interests.

Marine who went AWOL will have to pay back child support

46638040_S.jpgSometimes, Missouri parents or those in other states face family law issues that remain unresolved for decades. Of course, in most situations, those involved typically want to obtain solutions to their problems in as swift and economically feasible a fashion as possible. Often, this does not seem possible without skilled intervention, especially when it comes to matters such as child support or other issues regarding custody or visitation.

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