Family law clients experience problems when either they or their spouse/former spouse/family member attempt to unilaterally resolve a dispute over visitation, custody, child support, or some other issue which must be determined by a court. Read more after the jump.
Clients oftentimes believe they should seek joint or even primary physical custody (i.e. who the child will live with after the divorce is finalized) in order to eliminate or reduce the amount of child support they have to pay to their spouse. Read more after the jump.