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Allen Iverson makes $40,000 child support payment

Recently, some news has arisen regarding a celebrity child support dispute that we discussed in a previous post. The dispute involved former NBA star Allen Iverson and his ex-wife. The news is that this child support dispute has been resolved.

Allen Iverson accused of failing to make child support payments

Sometimes, child support disputes arise regarding an alleged failure to make required child support payments. Recently, such a dispute has arisen involving former NBA star Allen Iverson and his ex-wife. The former couple's divorce was finalized in February.

Former NFL player Chad Johnson says he can't afford child support

When parents of young children breakup or divorce in Louisiana, one parent may be ordered to pay child support to ensure a couple's child or children receive the financial support they need from both parents.

$900,000 is too much child support for Brendan Fraser

Many of us in Louisiana know actor Brendan Fraser from his leading roles in the "Mummy" films and "George of the Jungle." Although he's clearly had a successful career, he recently told a court he can no longer afford the $900,000 a year he was ordered to pay in child support after his divorce. Fraser told a court that he suffers from multiple medical issues that have cost him a substantial amount of money. He is seeking a reduction in child support payments.

More than $800,000 in unpaid child support intercepted at casinos

Many Mississippi residents know how important full and timely child support payments are. Whether ordered as part of a divorce settlement or after two unwed parents break up, child support helps provide necessities like education, clothing and food for the child involved. When a noncustodial parent fails to pay, the child is often the one who suffers most.


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