December 2012 Archives

The consequences of not paying child support

After a divorce involving children or when an unmarried couple has a child from their relationship, typically one parent is a custodial parent and the other is the non-custodial parent. The non-custodial parent is obligated to pay monthly child support to the custodial parent, and, depending on the circumstances, may have visitation rights to see the child.

A new bill in Florida may grant grandparents more rights

With the holidays right around the corner, families look forward to gatherings and presents and children expect to be spoiled by their grandparents. In today's society, families are dynamic; they grow, shrink, expand and it not uncommon to hear of divorce and remarriage. Once divorce is finalized, families must adjust to changes such as less time with children and accommodating custody and visitation arrangements. Divorce or separation without a doubt disrupts the familial structure that children, parents and extended family members such as grandparents are familiar with.

Does a sperm donor have parental rights?

According to documents filed in family court, actor Jason Patric is seeking a joint custody arrangement of his son with his long-term but now, ex-girlfriend. An element which makes the actor's child custody request complicated is that he agreed to be a sperm donor for his ex-girlfriend after they broke up. Their sperm donor arrangement was that his ex-girlfriend would keep the artificial insemination a secret and not seek child support from the actor. A child was conceived in 2009.

Rapper Kid Cudi gives up on obtaining primary custody of daughter

A child is the apple of her parent's eye. But when parents fail to see eye-to-eye during a divorce, separation or break-up, the child may suffer as parents become embroiled in a bitter child custody battle.

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