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Can Filing for Bankruptcy Cause a Modification of Child Support?

There are two essential factors to be aware of when considering filing bankruptcy in how that may impact a Family Law proceeding: Filing bankruptcy during the pendency of a Family Law dissolution, pre-judgment, will place a hold on the entirety of the dissolution proceeding. It is essential to be aware that a dissolution will… Read More »

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Could You Need a Child Support Lawyer and Not a Child Custody Lawyer?

When it comes to family law matters involving children, there are two main areas that often arise – child custody and child support. Many people mistakenly believe that if they need legal assistance with one issue, they automatically need help with the other. However, this is not always the case. In some situations, you… Read More »

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How is Child Support Paid if My Ex is in Jail?

Handling the complex nature of child support can become even more challenging when the other parent is incarcerated. For individuals separated, divorced, or no longer involved with their child’s other parent, the confinement of the latter can pose unique challenges in ensuring the financial well-being of the child. In this article, we will explore… Read More »

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When Would You Need to Modify a Child Support Agreement?

Child support agreements are meant to provide financial support for a child and ensure their needs are met. However, circumstances can change over time, and modifying your current court-ordered child support agreement may become necessary. As a parent, it is essential to understand when you would need to modify a child support agreement, as… Read More »

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Do I Need to Establish Paternity to Pursue Child Support in California?

Our San Bernardino Certified Family Law Specialist at the Law Office of Joyce Holcomb knows that raising kids is not free. In fact, U.S. News and World Report lists, based on the most recent data, it costs an average of $290,014 to raise a child — and that does not include the college years… Read More »

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