Parents lose the ability to pay child support for different reasons, such as a health crisis that came out of the blue or a reduction in work hours or the termination of a position altogether. Unfortunately, a parent who is facing financial problems may experience additional hardships if they fall behind on their child support order. For example, they may run the risk of being arrested or face many other complications, from tax refund interception to losing the ability to travel overseas. As a result, you should look into your options if you expect to find yourself out of work and are worried about staying caught up on child support.
When it comes to child support payments, there are different issues you may need to address. For example, perhaps you are concerned about being unable to pay child support and you worry about the potential consequences you may run into down the road, such as being taken into custody or unable to obtain a passport in the U.S. Moreover, falling behind on child support can also lead to the interception of your tax refund. In this post, we will look at other child support matters involving tax refunds.
An annulment may seem like an easier option to a divorce if you and your newly-wedded spouse get cold feet after the rings are on your fingers. Yet annulments are complicated, and not simply an easy way to take back a legally binding marriage to avoid the complications and hassles of divorce. So who can get an annulment in Massachusetts, and what are the requirements?