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Facing Child Support Issues
Any legal matter involving your children requires the utmost care and concern. You should hire a child support lawyer to protect your family's interests during this stressful time. If you're either seeking past child support payment, or looking for compensation from a former spouse, many child support lawyers understand how to reach a solid resolution to your case.
Sample RI Child Support Cases
... [Jacalyn] soon thereafter did register the Rhode Island orders, the custody orders, and the child support orders in Connecticut. ... "[The] UIFSA and UCCJEA seek a world in which there is but one order at a time for child support and custody and visitation. ...
... The natural parent's right to due process requires that the state support its allegations by at least clear and convincing evidence. Id. After the trial justice determines parental unfitness, "the best interests of the child outweigh all other considerations." Id. ...
... taxes as they come due each quarter. The trial justice also explained that he "must hear evidence as to current income in order to set a child support and medical payment order in accordance with the child support guidelines.". ...
... property settlement agreements and all other contracts between persons, who at the time of execution of the contracts, were husband and wife * * *." Thus, the Family Court is vested with statutorily conferred authority to oversee proceedings relating to child support and property ...
... In March of 2004, the state agency known as "Child Support Enforcement" (CSE) filed an ex parte motion in the Family Court requesting that, due to a history of domestic violence, the Family Court's file regarding this case be sealed pursuant to GL1956 § 15-22-4 and § 15-22-5. ...
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