I Lost My Job. How Am I Supposed to Pay Child Support Now?

Things aren’t easy these days. And when you put your original divorce agreement in place, you probably had steady employment. Things were better, and you felt relatively comfortable providing your co-parent with the money your kids need to live and thrive. Then, a few years later, you lose your job – cutbacks, layoffs, it’s happening…

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Common Myths about Child Support in Tennessee

Many of the issues involving child support are fairly well established. Courts will generally focus on the income and assets of the parents much more than their individual expenses. The needs of the child for a quality home, food on the table, and clothes on their back come first. Parents bring their children into the…

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How to Locate Your Ex Who Owes Child Support

All over Tennessee there are folks who are raising children on their own, who ought to be receiving child support from their former spouse or partner. Both parents have an obligation to support their child financially. If one parent is not paying child support, that leaves the remaining parent shouldering all of the responsibility to…

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Calculating Child Support in Tennessee

Whether a couple was once married and now divorced, or two unmarried people have a child together, both parents are responsible for the physical, emotional and financial well-being of their child. When a married couple divorces and one parent is given primary physical custody of the child and the other parent gets co-parenting time with…

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