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Tag Archives: child support

Imputing Income to an Unemployed or Underemployed Spouse Owing Child Support

Although both parents have a legal duty to support their children after a divorce, it is usually the noncustodial parent (the parent who spends less than half their time with the child) who must pay support to the custodial parent. When calculating how much child support is owed, the courts determine the income level of […]

How is an Unemployed Parent Charged With Child Support?

After a divorce, the ex-spouses continue to have a duty to provide for their children financially, but child support payments are usually made by the non-custodial parent. The amount of money owed for child support is determined by the custodial parent’s child-care needs and the non-custodial parent’s ability to pay, measured by income. But how […]

What Are the Drawbacks to a Do-It-Yourself Divorce in Washington?

Divorce is potentially one of the biggest life decisions you’ll make, and it is vital that your interests and those of your children will be protected after your marriage ends. While there are online resources that appear to offer a convenient, low-cost method of marriage dissolution without an attorney — particularly when there is general […]