Dennis Rodman sentenced for failure to pay child support
Former NBA player, Dennis Rodman has now been sentenced after being found guilty on four counts of contempt for failure to pay child support. He has been sentenced to 104 hours of community service and has also been placed on three years of unofficial probation in order to make sure that he continues to pay child and spousal support that he owes.
Rodman is accused of owing child and spousal support to his ex-wife in amounts that exceed over $800,000 and legal issues on the matter began in 2004.
The charges come from 2009 and 2010 when Rodman was expected to pay nearly $50,000 a month in support. This payment has now been reduced to $4,500 a month.
Divorce, child support and spousal support can be very complicated issues, to learn more about this and how child custody is determined, contact the Monmouth County child support lawyers of the Law Office of Andrew A. Bestafka, Esq by calling 732-898-2378.