Everything You Need to Know About Child Support Divorce can often be difficult for both spouses, especially when considering all the tangible things the marital union has accumulated over the years. It is often difficult to process. Questions ranging from child custody and support may pose some physical and psychological effects. You need the expert guidance of a family lawyer to navigate through the intricacies and come out better. In this article, we will discuss everything you need to know about child support. But first things first: What is Child Support? Child support is the funds supplied by one parent to another parent for supporting the child or children. This support is typically received by the custodial parent from the non-custodial parent. It doesn’t mean the non-custodial parent will not be involved with the upbringing of the child. At the same time, child support doesn’t have to hinge on the fact that both parents must have been married. Depending on your location, this child support received or paid can differ. A family lawyer will discuss what applies to your location and the expenses the support should cover. The Goal of Child Support Child support aims to divide the financial burdens attached to raising the child by the custodial parent. This would require the non-custodial parent to make payments to the custodial parent regularly. The amount of child support is pretty determined by the income of both parents. Different states have their own principles for calculating child support. You need to consult a family lawyer to know the proper guidance. The Purpose of Child Support The funds raised for child...
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