Compliance with child support orders are vital and important to both parents. But, proof of support is not always so clear after a divorce.
Ending a marriage may be a complicated, time-consuming process and involves certain legal procedures. Seeking qualified advice and being patient is important for getting through this process and obtaining a fair and reasonable divorce decree.
Ending a marriage requires the resolution of many legal and emotional issues. But, quality of life often depends on financial security. Certain divorce issues require scrutiny while undergoing a divorce.
Ending a marriage complicates a family's financial plans and parents must figure how to deal with paying for the care and support of their children. Paying for the children's college education is expensive and an important divorce matter even if the children are very young.
During a divorce, spouses usually concentrate on property division, child custody and support. However, like other life-altering events, it has important tax consequences requiring planning and impacting negotiations as well.
The new tax law recently enacted by Congress has changed financial planning for businesses and individual taxpayers. Its provisions may now require review of prenuptial agreements that govern property division and support for Louisiana couples. Tax changes may invalidate parts of prenups or surprise couples during divorce.