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January 2017 Archives

Learn more about past due child support payments

South Carolina custodial parents may be entitled to missed child support payments even after the child turns 18 or is otherwise emancipated. Therefore, a noncustodial parent is obligated to pay any support that is in arrears until that past due balance is paid off. To ensure that a past due balance is paid, the government may suspend professional licenses, garnish wages or seize tax refunds.

Prioritizing children in a divorce

South Carolina parents who are divorcing need to make sure that they put their children first. This may also mean giving each other the benefit of the doubt even when one believes that the other parent does not deserve it. For example, rather than assuming that an ex-spouse is irresponsible by not adhering to a time schedule, a parent should assume there is a good reason for the tardiness. Parents also need to keep their own emotions in check around the children and avoid venting or saying negative things about each other in front of the child.

Child custody exchanges can be dangerous for some people

In some South Carolina families who share custody of their children, child custody exchanges have the potential to be very volatile. It is important for people to remember that fighting in front of their children with their children's other parent is never in the best interests of the children.

Mistakes to avoid when filing for divorce in January

According to the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, up to 30 percent more couples tend to seek a divorce in January after the holidays have ended. For South Carolina residents who are thinking about doing so, there are some mistakes that they should avoid making.

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