Legal Advice For Child Support  

       Child support is a payment by one parent to other often by the non-custodial parent to the custodial parent for the support of their common child or children.

The money is intended to help, support the raising of the child, which is in their best interest. Every state has its own way of calculating the amount of child support an ex-spouse is required to pay based on federal regulations. More...

 

Lowering Child Support

Lowering Child Support

Lowering your child support is sometimes becomes necessary due to change in circumstances such as loss of job, unemployment, serious illness or disability or bankruptcy. In order to lower child support for changed financial circumstances, a parent must justify the modification because of their inability to pay.More...

 

How To File Motion To Terminate Child Support

How To File Motion To Terminate Child Support

Child support obligation does not automatically terminate when the child becomes major. A child support order/obligation will only terminate if a motion to terminate child support is granted by judge of the court. A person should file a motion to terminate child support approximately 30 to 40 days prior to the child's graduation from high school. If the child did not finish high school, then a person should file his or her motion 30 to 40 days prior to child's 18th birthday. More...

 

Help For Fathers Who Have To Pay Child Support

Help For Fathers Who Have To Pay Child Support

Child support means a fixed amount of money that one parent pays to another parent after the couple is divorced to help cover the cost of raising their dependent children. Child support is believed to be an obligation people incur when they become fathers. When you are married and are living with your wife and children, then it is not difficult to see the needs of your children as they grow up in front of your eyes. More...

Va And Child Support Enforcement

Va And Child Support Enforcement

The commonwealth of Virginia believes that every child has a right to receive support from both parents and everyone in Virginia is legally obligated to support the children they bring into the world. Many times this right is violated when parents who aren’t living with their children don’t provide them the kind of financial care they are entitled to. More...

 

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Legal Advice For Child Support - VA And Child Support Enforcement
 

Child-Support-Collection-Best-Practices      Child support means a fixed amount of money that one parent pays to another parent after the couple is divorced to help cover the cost of raising their dependent children. The timely receipt of child support payments is crucial to family self-sufficiency and child well being. The primary purpose of child support program is to collect from absent parents, support payments for custodial parents and their children. More..

 


 

 

 
   
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