Family law cases typically entail ongoing issues rather than a distinct event, for example, child support, custody, and visitation. Thus, family law builds in the necessary flexibility to accommodate changing
By Marlo Van Oorschot Van Oorschot Law Group PC For over a year, children have been attending school via remote learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic. If all things go
In our last post, we debunked some of the more common misconceptions about spousal support. We now turn to some of the frequent myths about child support.
By Marlo Van Oorschot Van Oorschot Law Group PC Spousal support, in most divorces, is a lightning rod issue. For many couples, money was a source of arguments during the
On Monday, March 23, Avengers actor and two-time Academy Award nominee, Jeremy Renner, filed a request to modify his child support obligation (of $30,000 per month) and claimed that, in
It’s all over the news. Coronavirus is crippling our country. The stock market is plummeting, people are scared, companies are closing or conducting business via remote means, schools are closing.
In the world of startups, the compensation and benefit structure is more unique as compared to other professionals. The younger the startup, the greater likelihood that the base salary will
Child support is a frequently litigated issue in family law with an extensive body of law that, on most occasions, provides appropriate guidance for both lawyers and their clients. However,
A self-employed party to a family law matter can present a unique set of challenges for a family law attorney when it comes to determining income available for support, as
In the majority of family law cases, child support will terminate upon the earliest of specific triggering events, such as the child’s completing high school, reaching age 19, or achieving