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Pitcher for New York Mets facing child support issues

When issues concerning child support arise, many parents undoubtedly feel serious concern. Failure to pay child support is a common problem that parents may experience, and such a situation could potentially lead to legal action being taken. New York residents may be interested in such a case involving Mets pitcher Bartolo Colon.

Reports stated that Colon has two children -- ages 7 and 8 years old -- with a woman who is not his wife. The mother of these children claims that Colon has not paid child support, and as a result, a legal case has been opened. It is unclear whether there had been a support agreement in place that Colon was not adhering to or if the woman is only now seeking the support for the first time. 

It was noted that Colon has four sons with his wife, who he has been married to for 21 years. Reports also indicated that the professional baseball player was set to earn more than $7 million dollars this baseball season and that he is currently in the 19th season of his professional career. Colon has already made court appearances and is reportedly set to make another appearance in the near future.

Child support can be a tense subject to broach, but if issues surrounding support payments are present, it may be prudent to address those issues in order to potentially make a better situation for the children involved. If New York residents are facing a such issues, they may wish to determine how to potentially handle those problems. Discussing their particular situations with experienced family law attorneys may help concerned individuals understand their legal options.

Source: Sports Illustrated, "Report: Bartolo Colon sued for allegedly failing to pay child support", May 18, 2016

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