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What Should I Do If My Child Is Charged With a DUI?

Posted by RahaimSaints on October 18, 2017 | Criminal, DUI

 1 What Should I Do If My Child Is Charged With a DUI?

Being a parent of a teen driver can be challenging — and it can be devastating to learn that your child has been arrested and charged with DUI. If this has happened to your family, you will want to contact an attorney who can represent your child in Delaware. An attorney can work with you to develop an action plan to get the DUI removed from your child’s record.…

How Is My Child Support Payment Calculated in Delaware?

Posted by RahaimSaints on October 15, 2017 | Child Support, Family Law

Rahaim Saints child support How Is My Child Support Payment Calculated in Delaware?

Child support in Delaware is intended to ensure both parents meet the legal and financial obligations to support their children. Child support may have to be paid until a child turns 18 and graduates from high school or turns 19. Courts determine the level of support by using a mathematical formula, although in some cases they may consider additional factors when setting the level of support.

In Delaware, the Melson Formula is used to determine child support. This formula is based on the Standard of Living Adjustment (SOLA) as well as the basic support needs for both a noncustodial parent and the child. This formula takes into consideration the total number of dependent children, the parent’s allowance, monthly childcare expenses and other factors.…

Who Can File for a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

Posted by RahaimSaints on October 15, 2017 | Bankruptcy

Rahaim Saints chapter 13 bankruptcy Who Can File for a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

Filing for bankruptcy is often seen as a last resort — something you do when you’ve run out of other options. But in reality, the decision to file for bankruptcy can be a way to set you off on a better path and allowing your family to recalibrate and leave behind problems that have dogged you for years. When you file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you get the chance to restructure your financial obligations rather than liquidate them, as you do in a Chapter 7 filing.…