If the court orders you to pay spousal or child support, you could be negotiating terms for years after your divorce is finalized.
May 24, 2019
Your spouse has filed for divorce, but you don’t want to call it quits. The legal avenues to do so are limited.
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When it comes to calculating child support payments, what you owe will vary by state, income, and circumstances you may not have considered.
The property you get to keep (and what goes to your former spouse) will depend on where you live.
If your child was placed with an adoptive family, you have relinquished your parental rights.
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