About Child Support
Both parents have an obligation to support their children (Child Support), generally until they turn 18 or graduate from high school. But, there are specific circumstances that may require payment past that time. Our Child Support Attorneys will guide through this step if applicable. Support is calculated based on a statutory guideline, utilizing factors such as time-sharing, income, health insurance costs, and child care expenses to name a few. If you should have questions about child support, we are here to discuss these questions with you.
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