10 Tips For Handling Child Support When Unemployed Because of COVID-19


April 23rd, 2020 . J. Matthew Linstroth

Have you lost your job or primary income source due to the coronavirus crisis? You’re not alone. More than 20 million jobs have been lost and most of the country remains under stay-at-home orders. With household finances reeling and business shutdo...

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Child Support and the Federal Stimulus Check: The Facts


April 20th, 2020 . Kathryn McMahon Vivanco

While we all navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, the federal government is in the process of issuing economic impact payments, being referred to by many as federal stimulus checks, to all eligible citizens and U.S. residents.  It is important to underst...

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Litigation: A Divorce Process That Isn’t For Wimps


August 17th, 2019 . Jackie Pilossoph

There are a few different ways to get divorced. Here are some options:   1. You and your soon to be ex can go online and do it yourselves. 2. You and your soon to be ex can go to an attorney and figure it out yourselves (and actually use ...

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7 Questions To Ask A Divorce Attorney During Your Consultation


June 6th, 2019 . Jackie Pilossoph

In most cases, when people are first getting divorced, they have no idea what to expect, how the process works, what certain legal terms mean, or what to ask a divorce attorney. I mean, how could they? Like anything else in life, until a person actua...

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Prenuptial Agreements: Should You Get One And Tips If You Do


May 14th, 2019 . Jackie Pilossoph

Two decades ago, when I was getting married, someone I know said to me, “If you are thinking about one of those prenuptial agreements, then you shouldn’t even be marrying the person.”   I ended up not getting a prenup and I ended up ...

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