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Another Way Florida Child Support Can Last After Age 18: Unallocated Child Support

Recently, this blog touched upon some of the circumstances in which a parent’s child support obligation might continue even after the child has turned 18. Some of those scenarios included things like a child who’s on track for graduating high … Continue reading

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How Can Unallocated Support Help Me?

In many Illinois divorces, both child support and spousal maintenance may be awarded by the court. If this does happen in your case, however, the tax implications can be prohibitive. If it is possible, you may be able to help … Continue reading

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What Is Unallocated Support and How Will It Change in 2019

The majority of divorcing couples understand the purpose of child support and spousal support. However, only few have heard of and are familiar with unallocated support. Unallocated support can benefit both parties and is an effective way to settle support … Continue reading

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