Tag Archives: Kenneth Altshuler


Posted 2 years ago in Child Custody and Support by Jennifer King  
Survey Says More Moms Paying Child Support

Moms are increasingly responsible for paying child support, according to a recent survey of divorce attorneys. Fifty-six percent of the attorneys surveyed by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) say they’ve seen an uptick in the number of female clients paying child support in the last three years. Forty-four percent of the attorneys surveyed said they’d seen no change in the number of women paying child support and none of the lawyers surveyed said they’d seen a decrease in …

Read More Leave a Comment

Posted 2 years ago in Child Custody and Support by Aaron Kase  
Collecting Payments from Deadbeat Parents About To Get Easier

A change in how the federal government distributes its benefit checks will make it easier for states to collect on back child support payments– or throw a number of fathers into the poorhouse, depending on your point of view. Electronic funds for government benefits mean entire paycheck is in play for support collection Law group criticizes rule that could leave disabled and elderly with no income Courts ultimately have discretion to decide how much money is garnished.   Paper Free …

Read More Leave a Comment

Posted 2 years ago in Divorce by Aaron Kase  
Divorce: There’s an App for That

In messy divorce cases, splitting spouses can present a wide array of documents and evidence to convince a judge to tilt the scales in their favor. Now, the ever-increasing popularity of smartphones means more and more people are carrying around veritable factories of evidence admissible before the court. A recent survey of divorce attorneys found that 92 percent of them have seen the use of smartphones increasing as evidence in divorce court over the last three years. The survey, conducted …

Read More Leave a Comment

Posted 2 years ago in Child Custody and Support by Aaron Kase  
Federal Government No Help with Unpaid Child Support

This article is part of an ongoing Lawyers.com series looking at the child support crisis in America. Other articles in this series include: Putting a Face on Unpaid Child Support: Kendra’s Story Deadbeat Parents Don’t Pay Because There’s No Enforcement Putting a Face on Unpaid Child Support: Gabrielle’s Story   With only 41.2 percent of custodial parents receiving the full child support they’re owed, and budget strapped states limited in what they can do to collect the rest, can the …

Read More Leave a Comment

Posted 2 years ago in Child Custody and Support by Aaron Kase  
Deadbeat Parents Don’t Pay Because There’s No Enforcement

This article is part of an ongoing Lawyers.com series looking at the child support crisis in America. Other articles in this series include: Putting a Face on Unpaid Child Support: Kendra’s Story Putting a Face on Unpaid Child Support: Gabrielle’s Story Federal Government No Help with Unpaid Child Support   National alarm bells should be ringing over the shocking fact that only 41.2 percent of custodial parents receive their full allotment of child support. However, a perpetually stagnant economy and …

Read More Leave a Comment