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Are Incarcerated Parents Required to Pay Child Support?

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

Even after a parent is found guilty of a crime and incarcerated, life on the outside does not come to a screeching halt. The parent may still have a child and other responsibilities to consider from behind bars. A caregiver may be in place for a child after his or her parent is sent… Read More »

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Is There a Limit on How Long You Can Pursue Child Support?

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

Parents need child support to provide a standard of living that promotes the health and welfare of the child. Struggling to make ends meet means fewer opportunities for the child, and often, less time with the parent, as he/she works extra hours in hopes of making up the difference. The other parent should not… Read More »

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Rules for Modifying Child Support

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

Court-ordered child support is not an optional obligation, and the State will go to great lengths to force a parent to pay. Simply because a parent is struggling to pay support does not mean he/she can unilaterally choose to stop without violating the law. Changes to the payment of child support must be approved… Read More »

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