Thinking about the money when you are divorcing isn't always easy. You have to consider what the court might say about support payments. There are two types that you might encounter. One is child support and the other is spousal support.
Financial support for children doesn't stop just because the parents get divorced. Instead, one parent will usually have to make payments to the other parent to use on the children. This is known as child support. When a child support order is issued, the current needs of the children and the financial situation of both parents is taken into account.
For people who don't have children, there often isn't much of a desire to keep in contact with an ex after a divorce. One thing might prevent you from being able to make a clean break from your ex -- having to pay alimony.
Many people know that child support is something that isn't going to stop until the child is at least 18 years old. What many people don't realize is that it is possible to get these orders modified when there are circumstances that warrant the change. Knowing what to expect during this process might help you determine if you need to take steps to change the child support order.
We recently discussed the fact that everyone needs to think carefully about alimony payments. Not everyone who files for a divorce will have to worry about alimony; however, when a case does make this necessary, you have to be ready to handle the situation properly.
Men and women who have given up on a career to become a stay-at-home parent or homemaker might not know what to do if they find out that a divorce is imminent. Unfortunately, this is something that happens all too often.
When a parent is expecting a child support payment to come through and that payment doesn't happen, this can cause a financial hardship on the parent. It can also mean that the child doesn't get everything that he or she needs, which can be devastating.
Financial support is a key factor in some divorce cases. It is important for people who are going through a divorce to understand some basic points about support orders that might come into the picture.
The financial expenses of a divorce are considerable. These expenses can span beyond just the cost of filing the paperwork and retaining a lawyer.
Child support orders are often difficult for parents to deal with. The parent who is paying the support might have trouble making the payments. The parent who is receiving the child support might always stress out about whether child support is going to show up on time or not.