To make a Wisconsin child support determination, a court will consider how many overnights a child has with the non-residential parent. For joint custody arrangements, the amount paid depends on the overnights. See example of child support for shared placement. If a parent has sole custody, the non-custodial parent will be ordered to pay a […]
Can I Make My Spouse Move Out During Divorce?
During a divorce, you may want to stay in the family home especially when are children involved. If your spouse refuses to leave, there are certain conditions under which a court can order him or her to go, particularly if the other spouse or children feel threatened. You may request a temporary order if there […]
Calculating Wisconsin Child Support
Every child is entitled to support from their parents. If you divorce with children, child support is intended to cover basic needs such as food, clothing, shelter, utilities, transportation and health insurance. There is a legal obligation to support a child until they turn 18 or longer, if they are still in high school or […]