Child Support

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Find Out How to Make Changes to Your Child Support Order
Attorney Laura Johns explains when child support can be modified. Laura is a divorce attorney with Right Divorce Lawyers. For over 14 years Right Divorce Lawyers has helped people with divorce, legal separation, and annulments.
What are Temporary Orders
Divorce lawyer Peter James explains temporary orders and how they are used.
Divorce Lawyer Explain: Rules of Modifying Child Support Orders
Divorce lawyer Stacy Rocheleau explains when child support orders can be modified.
Best Interest Factors for Determining Custody
Divorce attorney Stacy Rocheleau explains Nevada's Best Interest Factors. These are the factors the courts look at in determining custody.
Best Interest Factors Used by Family Courts to Determine Child Custody
The Las Vegas family court uses the best interest factors to determine custody rulings. Their are around 11 main factors that you should consider if you are looking to file for child custody.
Las Vegas Divorce Lawyer - Modifiying a Child Support Order
Family Law attorney discusses modifying a child support order. For more than 10 years, the attorneys at Right Divorce Lawyers have helped Las Vegas residents during the divorce process. For spouses that have children, issues of child custody and child support take priority over everything else. Child support can affect both spouses for many years after the divorce. For instance, if a couple divorces when their child is 3 years old, the court may order child support for 15 years, until the child turns 18. It's nearly impossible that one of the spouse's financial situation will change during that time, so many people ask whether or not the court will alter the amount of child support in ...
Las Vegas Divorce Lawyers - Child Support Orders
What are the requirements for modifying a child support order? Attorney Stacy Rocheleau explains when and how.
Las Vegas Divorce Attorneys
Only a person who has experienced a divorce can understand how emotionally trying it can be. Spouses don't spend their marriage believing they will divorce, so finances and assets become extremely intertwined, making it difficult to split. Furthermore, any divorce that involves children may require a very careful approach. Most legal action involves two strangers who were involved in a car accident together or an employee and their employer. Although these types of cases can be exhausting for all parties involved, divorce stands out as a particularly difficult process. No matter what type of relationship a person has with their spouse, there is an inherent amount of emotional investment ...
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