Child custody and child support can be contentious aspects of a divorce with children. Parents should be concerned for the wellbeing and security of their children. This includes being able to provide for their basic needs. The Court will determine which parent should pay child support and will calculate how much the parent should pay. The amount of child support the parent will pay is determined by consideration of a few factors.
The factors for consideration may include each parent’s gross income, allowable deductions from gross income, custody and parenting plan, and child support payments for children from other relationships. If a parent does not have an income, the court may assign a value to determine the child support obligation.
The divorce process can be emotionally difficult and complex. Child support can be an important aspect of a divorce. Decisions made about each step of the litigation can affect you for many years. We have years of experience helping our clients through the difficulty of divorce and can help you through the process. Contact us today at (253) 838 – 3377 or email email@example.com, to talk about your divorce.
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