Recent Changes in the Child Support Laws – Can They Help Me Get More Assistance?

Barb discusses the recent changes in the law that can determine if you get more assistance with your child when it comes to extracurricular activities.

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Getting help and advice: finding support for separating parents (When Separating)

Chris and Michelle adapt to living separately as they try to do what is in the best interests of their children.

This video drama, part of a series produced by Legal Aid Western Australia, helps you find support and information when you have separated or divorced from your spouse or partner.

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Your Story Disability Legal Support and the Disability Royal Commission

Your Story Disability Legal Support and the Disability Royal Commission

Your Story Disability Legal Support is a free, independent legal service established to provide legal advice and support to people who want to engage with the Disability Royal Commission.
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• The type of service and support Your Story can provide to people with disabilities, their carers, family members or supporters
• The ways a person can engage with the Disability Royal Commission
• Common concerns, legal issues and questions raised by people wanting to engage with the Disability Royal Commission
• How Your Story and Disability Advocates/Community Workers can work together to support mutual clients.
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Getting a Medical Opinion to Support Your Claim for Veterans Benefits (David Lowenstein)

Attorney David Lowenstein of Goodman Allen Donnelly’s Veterans Benefit Group discusses medical opinions and their role in establishing service connection for a disability. If you would like to speak with a member of our team, click here:

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Understanding Child Support In SC

Often when marriages or relationships end, the easy part is dividing assets.

The most important part of the discussion doesn’t involve things, though.

It involves people – specifically, any children resulting from the relationship.

Which parent will the child live with, and how will the child’s or children’s time be divided between parents? How much are parents responsible to pay each month for the continued health, well-being, and education of the children? These are issues that are decided in Family Court.

How are child support payments calculated in South Carolina?

Greenville attorney Grant Varner with the firm of Varner and Segura explains how South Carolina calculates those monthly payments in Family Court.

If you find yourself in need of an attorney, visit Varner and Segura online at or call (864) 271-2232.

NOTE: Nothing above or in the accompanying video is offered as legal advice, and nothing above or in the accompanying video should be construed as a substitute for retained legal advice.

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How to use VA Form 21-2680 to support a claim for VA Aid and Attendance

In this short video, I’ll discuss VA Form 21-2680, which is a doctor’s examination report in support of a claim for VA Aid and Attendance.

We’ll discuss 2 of the several different VA aid and attendance and housebound benefits, one in the context of a non-service connected pension enhancement and the other in the context of special monthly compensation (SMC-L) addition to a 100% VA service connected disability rating.

This video is meant to be an introduction only – there is so much more to learn about VA Form 21-2680 and VA aid and attendance than can be covered in this short video.

Learn more about VA Form 21-2680, and VA aid and attendance benefits on the Veterans Law Blog® at
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Overview of Illinois Child Support 2019 | Learn About Law

Overview of Illinois Child Support 2019 | Learn About Law

In this episode of Learn About Law, we provide a comprehensive overview of Illinois child support law in 2019. We answer many frequently asked questions including: how is #Illinoischildsupport calculated in 2019?, when can Illinois child support orders be modified?, and how is child support calculated if one parent is voluntarily unemployed or underemployed?

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Mobile Attorney Luke Coley offers Covid19 Family Law information- Visitation, Custody, Child Support

Mobile Attorney Luke Coley offers Covid19 Family Law information- Visitation, Custody, Child Support

Luke Coley offers legal information on how to handle custody, visitation, and child support during the Covid 19 pandemic.

Luke is in solo practice specializing in Family and Juvenile matters in Mobile, Alabama. His contact information is available at Luke is the Past President of the South Alabama Volunteer Lawyers program and offered this information #probono #SAVLP #probono20for20 #AlabamaFreeLegalHelp #AlabamaLaw

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