Monthly archive for October2018

What you should do if a child caseworker knocks on your door

What you should do if a child caseworker knocks on your door

As a family law attorney, I represent people facing child protective services investigations, and often receive calls from people asking what they should do when a caseworker knocks on the door. Here are answers to the most 5 common questions about child protective services and…

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Child Support Basics for a Self-Employed Parent

Child Support Basics for a Self-Employed Parent

Many parents today are self employed. The child support payment process is governed by state law and the judge or support magistrate will decide how much the non-custodial parent has to pay in child support. “Child support is calculated on the parent’s adjusted gross income,” said Family Law Attorney…

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