Archive, September 2017.
New Law, Updated Forms Approved for Expungement and Record Sealing
If you have ever been arrested and charged with a crime, the arrest becomes part of your criminal record, even if the charges are eventually dropped. Prospective employers and other individuals or entities who conduct criminal background checks are able to see the record of such arrests, often leading to embarrassing questions and the denial of certain opportunities. Of course, if you were convicted on criminal charges, you are likely to find even more doors that are closed to you as a result of your history.
What Happens When You Cannot Afford To Pay Child Support
Sometimes, life changes simply happen. A good job may evaporate, a relationship may end, or another factor may serve to significantly change your financial reality. When this happens, it may affect your child support payments. Failing to comply with your obligations will lead you into considerable trouble, but there are ways to modify your payment.
Back-to-School Advice for Divorced Parents
If you are a parent who has recently separated or divorced your spouse, you may be unsure of how to navigate the new school year now that you are not with your child’s other parent. Luckily, there are some steps you can take to make the school year go more smoothly and help your child be as successful as possible.