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Can Child Support Be Discharged in Bankruptcy?
Can Child Support Be Discharged in Bankruptcy?

It’s very common for noncustodial parents to get into situations where they can’t afford their monthly child support obligations. All too often, a parent will lose their job or have their hours cut way back and they’ll fall behind on their child support payments. As time ...

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Blog posts in Child Support

  • Can a Mother Receive Child Support Without Establishing Paternity in Nevada?

    Now that it’s the 21st Century, it’s socially acceptable and common for children to be born to unmarried parents. In the Baby Boomer generation, ...

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  • U.S. Passport Denials for Child Support

    If you live in Las Vegas or Henderson, not only do you live in one of the top tourist destinations in the world, but you have direct access to ...

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  • Child Support for Adult Children with Disabilities

    In Nevada, noncustodial parents are expected to pay child support until their children turn 18, or 19 if the child is still in high school and is ...

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  • How Does Divorce Mediation Work?

    It is natural for spouses to feel hesitant about divorcing. It’s often not breaking up with their spouse that triggers these emotions; it’s the fear ...

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  • Child Support for Incarcerated Parents in Nevada

    Anyone can find themselves in jail or prison; they don’t have to be a lifelong criminal to end up behind bars. Common charges among everyday citizens ...

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  • Do I Need a Prenuptial Agreement?

    Not everyone needs a prenuptial agreement , but a lot of people benefit from these legal instruments. Anyone who owns a business, holds real estate ...

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  • License Suspensions for Failure to Pay Child Support in Nevada

    Each state has several enforcement tools in its toolbox to collect child support from non-custodial parents and Nevada is no exception. If a parent is ...

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  • Basics of a Nevada Divorce

    If you’re filing for divorce in Las Vegas, Henderson, or anywhere else in Nevada and this is your first time, you’ll have a lot of questions about ...

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  • Contempt of Court in a Las Vegas Family Law Case

    After a divorce , it’s not unusual for one of the parties to cease obeying a court order. We commonly see this in matters pertaining to child custody ...

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