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South Carolina Child Support System

In 1988, Congress passed the Family Support Act (FSA), which gave the states ten years to build a statewide Child Support Enforcement System (CSES). The state of South Carolina took a full six years after FSA was passed to hire … Read More

Who pays for what in a divorce

When couples with kids get divorced, courts will usually make the decisions regarding custody and child support. Most often, divorced parents will either have shared joint custody OR one parent will have sole custody and the other parent (the non-custodial … Read More

How SupportPay can help after divorce

Poor communication is the number one reason that couples divorce. People like to say its money, but isn’t money just another way that your communication is lacking? So it just makes sense that most divorced couples will continue to have … Read More

Why your Ex isn’t paying child support

Many divorced couples handle child support as determined by the courts during the divorce. In fact, over $990 billion dollars in child support changes hands each year. But the fact remains that many parents still struggle to collect child support … Read More

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Separating assets in a divorce

When you’re getting divorced, nothing is easy. Every step of the way brings new complications and challenges. One of the biggest struggles in any divorce, besides custody and visitation rights concerning your children, is how to divide your assets. There … Read More

A Child of Divorce & My Quest to Make Things Better for My Child

Here is an interview I conducted on HuffPost Live talking about growing up as a child of divorce. The truth is that my parents spent hundreds of thousands of dollars when it came to their divorce – yet there were days where … Read More


After the child support order

Your divorce is processed and you have a child support order or agreement. The hardest part of your divorce process is over and you are ready to move on with your life. Or so you think! Managing your child support The … Read More

Child Support Doesn’t End at 18

Although many people believe that child support ends at the age of 18 recent US Census data shows that 21.6 million members of the “Millennial Generation” (ages 18-31) lived in their parents’ home in 2012. More Adults Living At Home … Read More

TechHive: SupportPay Aims to make child support transparent

Martyn Williams, IDG News Service@martyn_williamsIn relationships, two areas that often cause friction are money and poor communication. So when a divorced couple needs to communicate with each other over child support payments, arguments can easily ensue.Support Pay, from Sacramento-based SupportPay, … Read More