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What Happens If You Violate A Court Order?

By Evan Koslow / October 19, 2016

If your or your ex violated a provision in your court order (or an agreement that was incorporated into a court order) after attempting to address and resolve the issue with the other side, if the issue has not been resolved, the grieved party can file what the court calls a Petition for Contempt against…

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FAQs About Alimony

By Evan Koslow / September 29, 2014

Alimony is the periodic payment for  support and maintenance of a spouse and may be awarded after a limited or absolute divorce. Alimony may be awarded to either party and can be awarded for a definite or indefinite period of time. Alimony for a definite period is commonly known as “rehabilitative alimony” while  alimony for…

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What You Need To Know About Child Support

By Evan Koslow / September 10, 2014

Here are some frequently asked questions about child support: How does the Court determine WHO should pay child support and HOW MUCH should be paid? Every parent has an obligation to support their minor child, with certain exceptions, until the child turns 18 or if a child is still at home at 18, then the…

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