Warnock Family Law BLOG
October 19, 2022
Child support is a topic of great debate. Some people believe that child support should be mandatory, while others believe it should be optional. While child support is often thought of as something that only non-custodial parents pay, in reality, both custodial and non-custodial parents may be required to pay child support. Child support is… Read More »How Does the Court Determine Child Support?
October 10, 2022
One thing is certain if you are going through a custody arrangement, you are not the first nor will you be the last. There have been many custody disputes with vastly different outcomes that you can learn from so that you get the best case scenario in your custody agreement with your ex. Regardless of… Read More »The Dos and Don’ts of Setting Up a Custody Agreement
September 26, 2022
No parent wants to lose custody of their children. To have your relationship with your child disrupted by little to no access to your child can have a huge impact on your child as well as yourself. But understanding the legal process and why you lost custody will help you to know what to do… Read More »I Lost Custody of My Child – What Should I Do Now?
September 12, 2022
When it comes to child custody, mothers and fathers want to know if they are on equal footing when they go into a custody dispute. While parents both share equal rights to their children, there is a myriad of factors that come into play in a custody battle. Different custody arrangements can be decided by… Read More »Do the Mother and Father Have Equal Rights in a Child Custody Dispute?
August 29, 2022
When it comes to joint custody, there may be a question of how child support is paid and who will pay it since the child is spending close to the same amount of time with each parent. Knowing exactly what to expect in terms of payments from your ex or what is expected of you… Read More »Do I Have to Pay Child Support if I Have Joint Custody?