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August 2013 Archives

Greensboro mayor’s ex-wife questions his ability to pay alimony

Disputes over an alimony agreement aren’t all that uncommon in Charlotte given that tensions between two ex-spouses can remain high even after their divorce is finalized. Those tensions often lead them to remain suspicious of the other’s motives and actions. When the party responsible for paying spousal support is unable to meet those obligations, the party receiving the support may even suspect that his or her ex-spouse is deliberately trying to sabotage his or her own financial situation just to avoid having to pay alimony.

Failure to pay child support earns man a second prison sentence

The courts take cases involving missed child support payments very seriously. Anyone doubting that need only ask a parent in Monroe who has had to answer for such a violation. If and when the court has to intervene to enforce a child support agreement, heavy penalties may be handed out to the parent that has violated it. Those penalties can range from wage garnishments or liens placed on property, to the parent being fined or, in some severe cases, even jailed. Anyone thinking of missing any of his or her child support payments should quickly reconsider.

Court rules that Usher should retain custody of his sons

Child custody battles in Charlotte can lengthy, drawn-out legal affairs that can easily last up until the time that the children are grown. While these proceedings can certainly take their toll on those involved, it's often difficult to fault well-intentioned parents who simply wish to have a larger presence in their children's lives. As circumstances change in the years following a divorce, parents may feel the need to revisit the original custody agreement. Also, events may take place that lead one to parent to question the children's safety while with the other. 

Woman flees to North Carolina to avoid losing her children

Child custody cases in Ballantyne can be difficult to deal with, particularly when the state is questioning the custodial rights of parents. There are many different reasons that can lead a state to consider removing children from their parents’ custody, but whatever the reason, all too often, the result is the same: a messy tug-of-war between two parties that both claim to have the best interests of the children in mind. On one side are parents who will always maintain that children are best left in their care, and on the other, a state agency that believes that the children are in an unsafe situation with the parents. Often times, these cases can lead to unwanted actions and consequences for all parties.

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