Failure to Pay Child Support: Collection and Enforcement Remedies.

There are many enforcement tools to help the parent who was ordered to receive child support but fails to receive such support from the other parent. Both the parent who is to receive child support and the parent who is ordered to pay child support should be aware of different enforcement mechanisms available. The parent receiving support, the obligee, needs to be aware of these remedies in order to collect past due child support. The parent who is ordered to pay child support, or the obligor, needs to be aware of the enforcement tools because failure to pay the support can have devastating, long-term effects on his or her financial and personal life.

Didn’t Sign a Prenup? A Postnuptial Agreement Might Be Right for You.

A prenuptial agreement (also known as a premarital agreement) is an agreement entered into between two parties who are planning to be married. In order to be legal and binding, a prenuptial agreement must be entered into and signed by both parties before the marriage. However, parties who are already married can take advantage of some of the benefits of a prenuptial agreement by entering into an agreement known as a “postnuptial agreement.”

Why You Should Consult with an Attorney before You Sign a Separation Agreement.

There are many websites that offer online forms designed to enable spouses to prepare a separation agreement without the assistance of an attorney. However, signing a separation agreement without first reviewing and discussing it with an experienced family law attorney can leave you exposed to unintended financial and legal consequences.