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Music mogul ordered to pay wife in child support case

People in Pennsylvania who are in the midst of a dispute over child support can take heart in the reality that these issues can affect anyone. Whether it is a person of limited means or a person who has significant assets and income, there is always a chance of a disagreement over issues of support. Such is the case with the music mogul Master P, as he has been ordered by the court to pay both child support and spousal support to Sonya Miller, his estranged wife.

Master P's wife has asserted that the couple's son was being used by Master P to shield assets from being in the support agreement. Because of this, the children were required to testify as to the state of their parents' marriage.

The judge ordered that Master P pay $825,000 to his estranged wife. This is what he was set to earn in the most recent season of his reality show. This payment will be for spousal support and child support. It will also be used to pay for support in the future. Master P was also required to pay his wife's attorney $15,000.

This case follows years of the wife claiming that Master P did not provide any monthly payments in spite of her being involved with him when he was building his music business and raising their children. This case might have a significant amount of money surrounding it, but any case involving child support can be contentious. Speaking to a legal professional may be a key factor in resolving the situation.

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