June 2013 Archives

After the order: Keeping track of your child support payments

The court hearings are over and the paperwork has all been signed. Your attorney has helped you and your ex-spouse to work out all the arrangements for visitation and support payments for your children. Now what? Many Georgia parents are not familiar with the process by which child support obligations are collected and recorded. A child support order is a court order that must be complied with to avoid penalties such as wage garnishment, seizure of assets, or even contempt of court charges if it appears that the payments have not been made.

How might Facebook play a part in divorce?

A recent study suggests that if you check your Facebook account too much, your marriage or other romantic relationship may suffer. This is the finding of researchers whose study is to be published in an upcoming Journal of Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking.

Evander Holyfield could lose license over Georgia child support

Failure to pay child support can be detrimental not only to the child and the receiving parent, but also to the parent who doesn't pay. For example, consider the case of former heavyweight boxing champion and Georgia resident Evander Holyfield.