One common query that our family law lawyers receive is how someone's income affects the child support they pay. A person paying child support has a positive obligation to make sure that they are paying in accordance with their income. This means that if your income increases, the amount of child support that you're paying should rise accordingly.
Sometimes people decide to own property together with another person. For example, you decide to buy a property with a sibling, or you inherit the family cabin as beneficiaries of a parent’s estate. Or you and your spouse are buying a new home together. It is very important to consider how to legally own the property with another person, as there are two types of ownership.