SAN DIEGO, CA (PRWEB) April 01, 2013
Michele Lowenstein and Elizabeth Brown, partners in the law firm of Lowenstein Brown APLC join with licensed Psychologist Robert Simon, PhD and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst Cinda Jones in this roundtable.
The 24 minute presentation answers many of the questions common to clients of these professionals with more than fifty years of combined experience in practice. The panel addresses worry and misunderstandings associated with managing the effects of divorce on children. In addition to discussions of legal issues involving child custody and child support during (and following) divorce, the presentation explores financial and psychological elements likely to affect parents and their children resulting from the separation.
Some of the specific topics discussed are how child support is determined and calculated, modification of child support orders, collection and penalties for delinquent payment, emotional issues triggered by the payment and non-payment of child support when children are drawn into the conflict, and how disputes about child support become disputes about children.
Viewers watching the release will come away with good, on topic, information, and more. Seen from the distance of watching the roundtable, you will gain (sometimes fascinating) insider insights into what experienced attorneys and their resources are (and should be) thinking about as they work through complex and emotional issues of parents and children impacted by divorce.
The Family Law Roundtable: Child Support is the second video in a series of discussions on divorce, with two more roundtables to follow from this panel. See it here: