Facebook is becoming an unlikely source of help for single dads who are searching for affordable housing, medicine and other necessities.
For the first time in 30 years, Arkansas is changing the way child support is figured. The new policy compares both parents’ income and parenting time. Get fathers’ rights news right in your inbox!
Single dads who owe child support could lose their stimulus checks, but there is other help available. Check out these details on extended unemployment programs and what lenders are doing to help.
Republican lawmakers across the country want to use prenatal DNA testing to assign child support before a child is born. Here’s how to fight the Unborn Child Support Act.
For Father’s Day 2019 we are covering both a state by state comparison of average child support awards, and a state by state comparison of parenting time awarded to single fathers. While in most states the amount of child support awarded to the custodial parent is in part driven by how much parenting time each […]
Simply changing the wording at various stages of the child support process demonstrated a 54 percent improvement in effectiveness. When dads are invited, encouraged and appreciated it is more beneficial to families, to children and to state budgets than the current trend toward criminalization.
Some divorced parents wind up fighting over the cost of school supplies. How you handle this legally has more to do with your divorce decree than anything.
The National Parents Organization has polled the American public in several states and found that the vast majority, over 70%, support joint physical custody after divorce whenever possible. Increasingly, old fashioned ideas have fallen out of favor — that children belong with their nurturing, caregiver mothers, while the role of the father is to provide […]
As we mentioned a couple of weeks ago, the new tax law passed in 2017, and effective in 2018, has serious impacts for single fathers. The most glaring of these impacts – which also seems to be the least covered – is that it it completely does away with the deduction for spousal support (also […]
With very little fanfare, the new tax law that was passed at the very end of December, 2017, and which is effective in 2018, did away with the requirement that spousal support (previously known as alimony) receivers declare spousal support as income and, on the other side of the balance sheet, did away with the […]