Legal Articles, Child Support

Child Support Arrears For Incarcerated Obligors

If you are currently facing incarceration or are incarcerated and are obligated to pay child support in the State of Missouri, contact the Law Offices of Keya M. Reed LLC. We can represent and advise you on the best course of action to safeguard your rights and interest regarding child support arrears. Contact us to schedule a consultation. 

Simple Divorce

NKy divorce attorney Michael Bouldin discusses how to simplify the divorce process

Know Your Rights! Your Free Guide For Family Law

Are you looking for a free guide to family law? Today we are covering what family law is and how it works. Many lawyers get into family law because they want to help children. Of course, children are part of families. And of course, families have problems. When these problems are dealt with in a proper way, it improves the lives of the children.

Pet Custody – PA Laws May Change

Every Family Law lawyer has a story about the fight over the family dog (for some reason, it always seems to be dogs.  Cats get no respect).  We hate pet custody cases.  And family lawyers that love animals hate them even more.

Will Child Support Change During the Coronavirus Pandemic?

As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, many individuals have been laid off or furloughed, forcing their hours of employment or income to be reduced. How does this impact child support?

Child Support and Special Needs Children

What if your child has special needs? Can the parent providing support be required to continue support after the statutory age limit?

Florida Supreme Court Expands Rights of Biological Parents

Florida Supreme Court Expands Rights of Biological Parents.

Military Divorce

Key points in a military divorce.

Section 7 Expenses

Section 7 Expenses

Factors to Consider When Deciding Whether to Appeal

After the trial is over and you are unhappy with the outcome you need to determine whether or not to appeal the decision. There are certain factors that you should take into consideration before incurring the financial and emotional cost of an appeal. This article walks you through those factors.

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