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December 2015 Archives

What is the law for a parenting plan and visitation rights?

One of the common issues that comes up in a Washington State child custody dispute is how the parenting plan will be established. State law has certain criteria when it comes to visitation rights, the best interests of the child and parents maintaining a relationship with children. Understanding how this law deals with the process can smooth any issues that will inevitably arise.256

Actress and producer-actor husband settle high asset divorce

Divorces in Washington State and across the nation will inevitably have numerous issues in play. It is unavoidable that many will be difficult to navigate with significant issues that have to be dealt with. This is especially true when it is a high asset divorce. These types of divorces can stem from a couple that has vast business holdings, large estates that were inherited or built, or involve people in the entertainment industry. Regardless of the way in which the wealth was amassed, finances will be a large factor in these kinds of divorce cases, and it is important to know how to deal with these complex situations.

What is the presumptive minimum child support obligation in WA?

An earlier discussion on the amounts in child support that must be paid in Washington State centered on the maximum amount that the state requires. Another topic that is important to both the paying and receiving parent is the presumptive minimum amount. The most important factor that goes into the child support formula is the care that the child will receive and that he or she will get everything necessary in terms of medical care, housing and nutrition among other things. The income that the parents earn is also important when the determination is made.

When can Washington child support enforcement assert a lien?

A parent in Washington State who has failed to adhere to an order to support a child can face numerous penalties as a means of child support enforcement. When there are delinquent payments, the state will take steps to make certain the child is provided for. One such tactic that can be used is the assertion of a lien on personal or real property.

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