Marc Anthony to shell out more for child support

Singer Marc Anthony has been reportedly asked to pay his ex-wife Dayanara Torres $26,800 a month in child support.

Halle Berry ordered to pay USD 16,000 a month in child support

Halle Berry has been ordered by a court to pay USD 16,000 a month to her ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry for child support.

Sheen slacks on child support payment to Richards for third successive month

Charlie Sheen has failed to pay his former wife Denise Richards her child support payment of 55,000 dollars for the third successive month.

Marc Anthony earns `$1.25mln a month`

Marc Anthony revealed he rakes in 1.25 million dollars every single month in legal documents filed as part of his child support fight with ex-wife Dayanara Torres.

Halle Berry`s ex wants a fortune in child support

Halle Berry`s ex-boyfriend, Gabriel Aubry, is asking for a monthly payment of USD 20,000 for child support.

Sheen’s ex-wife’s ploy to ensure he meets his child support obligations

Charlie Sheen’s ex-wife Brooke Mueller has ordered Warner Bros. to send her 55,000 dollars of the actor’s money every month.

Schwarzenegger pays for child support to Shriver

Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger is said to be paying a significant amount to estranged wife Maria Shriver in child support though neither of them has filed for divorce yet.

Jermaine Jackson settles child support dispute with ex-wife

Jermaine Jackson has settled a child support dispute with his ex-wife Alejandra after handing over USD 80,000 in overdue payments.

Lohan`s family in feud over child support

Lindsay Lohan`s family feud is raging again as her parents fight over child support payments as the actress` mother has filed papers demanding her ex-husband pays up.

Mel Gibson ordered to pay more in child support

A Los Angeles court judge has ordered Hollywood star Mel Gibson to quadruple child support payments to his ex-girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva.

Parents’ incomes to decide child support: Hindustan Times

The contribution that divorced parents make towards the upbringing of their child should be proportionate to their individual incomes, the Bombay High Court has said.