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What Impact Does Remarriage Have on Child Support?


It is not an uncommon situation: You divorced several years ago and agreed to monthly child support payments. But now you're remarrying, and things have changed. Not only do you now need to support your new spouse's kids, you may even be considering adoption. Or, you may simply want to start a new family and need a better sense of financial rights and responsibilities.

Whatever the circumstance, it is important to understand your legal obligations and what options may or may not be available to you. In this excellent article, Jennifer Wolf provides some guidelines for a broad understanding of your legal rights.

#Divorce #Finances #ChildCustody #Parenting #ChildrenandDivorce

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