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Child Support and The New Economy – A Letter From The Oregon Attorney General’s Office

I wrote a post a few weeks ago about the effect of the current enconomy on child support modification. The State of Oregon has taken note of the problem. Margaret Olney with the Oregon Attorney General’s Office sent out the … Continue reading

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Child Support Modification in the new economy

New York Times article on child support modifications. Child Support obligations being reduced due to recession and reductions in income. Continue reading

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Child Support and Boxing

Evander Holyfield settled his child support case against one of the many mothers of his children by agreeing to set aside $100,000 in a college fund for his 10-year-old son.  Holyfield also consented to pay private school tuition before college, reinstated health … Continue reading

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