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These child support modification tips can help in many ways

There could come a time when you need to request a child support modification. You may not feel good about this, as you want to provide your child with as much financial support as possible, but you may not have any choice for the time being.

Understanding your child support obligations in Tennessee

Getting divorced and no longer having full-time interactions with your children can be heartbreaking. The less you see your children, the more frustrating the process can seem, especially if a substantial portion of your income is going to child support. You may have already taken steps to see if you were ordered to pay too much in child support. The more you make, the more you often end up paying. Having your visitation denied or reduced may have you feeling angry. Now you may be wondering if you could stop paying until you see your child.

Child custody cases involving a narcissist can be challenging

Child custody cases aren't easy by any means, but when you add in a parent who is narcissistic, things get even more difficult. If you find that you are in a battle with a person with narcissistic personality disorder, things might seem bleak because you know the truth of how your ex-husband is but the court might not see that same side of him.

Social media and your divorce – what you should know

You and your husband have decided to divorce. The first thing you may want to do is to announce it to the world and change your Facebook status. It may be tempting to post pictures and updates as you begin to explore your new single life. In addition, you might find it irresistible to avoid posting negative comments about your future ex. Before you start doing this, you should realize that social media can have an impact on your divorce.

3 ways to talk to your child about divorce

As a parent going through divorce, your primary concern is making sure your child understands what is happening and doesn't suffer because of it. Your ex and you are both on the same page and want to make sure your child has the best possible future with both of you in it.

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