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  • 22 Dec. 2015

    How to Handle Changes to Parenting Time During the Holidays

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    Divorce court judges tend to get busy around the end of the year, often because they deal with many cases involving parents fighting over access to their children during the holidays. Even though your parenting plan may clearly define visitation time, there are many reasons why you or your ex-spouse may wish to deviate from the plan, including unexpected visits from family, upcoming travel plans, ...
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  • 10 Dec. 2015

    I Think I Need A Second Opinion Before I Finalize My Divorce Judgment. Can You Help?

    Posted By The Buncher Family Law Corporation

    Everyone thinks they know a thing or two about family law. Chances are you know someone who's been through a divorce, you've followed a pop culture story about a divorcing celebrity couple, or your friend of a friend of a friend has family law war stories to share. Here's the truth: divorce is a pretty common reality in our society, and it becomes exceedingly difficult to sort out ...
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  • 20 Nov. 2015

    Part Two: My Ex Is Not Paying Support On Time - What Can I Do To Fix This?

    Posted By The Buncher Family Law Corporation

    If you are not able to secure timely support payments with an Income Withholding Order, discussed above, your next best option may be to seek court intervention. An Income Withholding Order (an "IWO") won't be an effective tool for recovery when your ex is self-employed or working in a predominately cash industry, as there are just too many loopholes. If this is the reality, it may ...
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  • 13 Nov. 2015

    Part One: My Ex Is Not Paying Support On Time - What Can I Do To Fix This?

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    If your spouse, or soon-to-be-ex spouse, is not making court-ordered child support or spousal support payments on time, your most straight forward option is wage garnishment. First, you need to carefully evaluate the court order that established the payments. Does it provide a payment deadline? Typical language usually provides for one-half the total support award to be paid on the first of the ...
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