Collecting and calculating child support payments can seem complicated, but there are many resources available to assist parent, both custodial and non-custodial.
If you are facing alimony payments as a result of your recent divorce, you likely have many questions about how to handle the proceedings as the alimony payor. You might also want to know how the court determines the amount you’ll be paying and how long you have to support your ex-spouse.
Single fathers have rights when going through divorce and custody battles, but the court can complicate things. Fender Law is dedicated to advocating for fathers in South Carolina's courtrooms.
The “most wonderful time of year” for recently divorced parents can seem like the most stressful time of year. Navigating many family changes, complex custody schedules, and confusing emotions, the holiday season can be downright dreaded for some recent divorcees. While navigating this time of year can feel overwhelming, remember that you are not alone, as many parents have been in your shoes.
Failure to pay child support is no joke. In fact, not paying child support will result in imminent negative repercussions. The State of South Carolina has several enforcement powers to collect child support including, but not limited to, tax liens, property liens, wage garnishments, passport denials, and suspension of licenses.