Houston Rockets player sued over failure to pay child support

A woman whose child was fathered by Houston Rockets player Dwight Howard has filed court documents stating that the basketball star has been lagging behind his financial obligations to their 4-year-old child, the New York Daily News reported on June 10.

The woman, whose real identity was withheld, said Howard has only paid half of the $10,000 child support for the past couple of months. The woman also wants to increase the child support payments due to the difficulties the child must experience as the child of a celebrity.

In 2013, Dwight Howard sealed an $88 million deal with the Rockets. The star also reportedly earns $27 million per year from endorsements.

A child support agreement that is favorable for your children could mean a future full of hope and financial security. For your child support issues in the Woodlands, speak with a family law attorney at the BB Law Group PLLC by calling (832) 534-2589 today.

Chris Brown hasn’t paid child support since March

Musical artist Chris Brown allegedly stopped paying for his 11-month-old daughter’s child support, according to a report by The Daily Mail on May 25.

Since March, the singer reportedly stopped giving his ex-fling Nia Guzman a monthly payment of $2,500 for child support after she demanded that the payment be increased to $15,000. The report added that legal documents are being prepared to set a new child support payment amount and demand the missed payments.

Child support disputes like this have the potential to endanger the welfare and financial security of your children. To learn how you might be able to fight for your children’s right to proper financial support in The Woodlands, our team of family law attorneys at BB Law Group PLLC is willing to answer any of your queries. Call our offices at (832) 534-2589 today and tell us more about how your child support situation could be improved.

Pacheco and Renner reach child custody and support terms

An ugly divorce battle between 44-year-old actor Jeremy Renner and 24-year-old Canadian model Sonni Pacheco is hopefully coming to an end as the ex-couple recently reached an agreement for child custody and support of their daughter, People reported on April 1.

According to the report, the American Hustle actor will share joint legal and physical custody of his 2-year-old daughter Ava with his estranged wife. Renner will also pay a monthly child support of $13,000. The terms have been settled despite the Canadian model’s previous petition for spousal support and primary custody.

The two were married for less than a year before Pacheco filed for a divorce last December.

Getting through a divorce can be an emotionally challenging experience. Apart from its emotional repercussions, the divorce process can be costly and taxing. To seek help with the legal aspects surrounding your divorce in the Woodlands, consult with our team of divorce attorneys at the BB Law Group PLLC by calling (832) 534-2589 today.

Mark Anthony to pay ex-wife $26,000 a month in child support

A long-standing court battle between singer-songwriter Mark Anthony and former beauty queen Dayanara Torres ordered Mark Anthony to pay his estranged wife $26,000 a month in child support, The Daily Mail reported on June 13.

Dayanara Torres initially requested $123,426 for the care of their two young sons aged 13 and 9, and an additional monthly allowance for a baby sitter and cleaning help ranging from $4,000 to $7,000. The court denied the request and instead ordered the 45-year-old celebrity to increase the child support he pays from $13,400 to $26,000. Mark Anthony allegedly fears that providing his kids with a hefty amount of money could spoil them or lead to drug addiction.

Child support is a delicate family issue that affects not only the couple’s finances but also the children’s futures. If you are from The Woodlands seeking a satisfying child support arrangement, a lawyer at the BB Law Group PLLC may represent you and advocate for your interests. Call us at (832) 534-2589 today.

Texas OAG spearheads shared parenting services

Since recent studies indicate that children with divorced parents who receive attention from both parents get better grades in school than those who do not, the Texas’ Office of the Attorney General is offering parenting services to encourage divorced parents to become involved in their children’s lives.

The Attorney General’s Access and Visitation Hotline can be a tool for people to establish paternity, learn about child support, and access information about a parent’s right and responsibility to see his or her child.

The OAG also awards grants to organizations that advocate for divorced parent involvement. For this year, $579,000 was given to such organizations all over Texas, aiding education initiatives for cooperative parenting.

The OAG also allots limited funding for the resolution of custody or visitation disputes.

If you are facing divorce or are involved in a child custody dispute, you may consider seeking legal representation. Please call (832) 534-2589 to speak with our lawyers at the BB Law Group PLLC in The Woodlands today.

WWE wrestler Randy Orton finalizes divorce with wife

World Wrestling Entertainment superstar Randy Orton recently finalized his divorced from his wife of five years Samantha Speno. Orton was awarded the cars, bank accounts, and his gun collection. The divorce was formalized in June.

Samantha, who has a four-year-old daughter named Alanna with Orton, filed for divorce in March 2012, citing an “irretrievably broken” marriage.

According to documents obtained by celebrity news website TMZ, the couple married in 2007 and has amicably agreed to separate. They were also able to amicably separate their marital assets.

Orton has agreed to give his ex-wife, who will get sole legal and physical custody of Alanna, $4,500 a month for child support. Orton was awarded visitation rights.

The popular wrestler won rights to all of his WWE earnings (a $291,666 monthly salary), one of their homes in St. Louis, Missouri, and a number of six-figure bank accounts.

If you too are looking to get a divorce in The Woodlands, the legal team at the BB Law Group PLLC has the skills to adeptly handle any issues that need to be settled, such as alimony and child support. Call (832) 534-2589 to talk about your situation and discuss how we can support you.

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