Child support is one of the most important arrangements that must be made when a married couple with children is going through a divorce. The needs of the children must still be met no matter who the children live with.
In most cases, the parent that does not have primary custody will be required to pay child support to the custodial parent in order to offset the cost of the children's living expenses. If you are going through a divorce involving children, it is important that you have a divorce lawyer on your side, fighting on your behalf to make sure your child custody arrangements are fair.
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Child support payments are set up by the courts in order to ensure that the child in question will not suffer as a result of the divorce. While both parents may be financially strapped separately, it is important to the courts that the children are still able to maintain normalcy in their lives. Judges will take the following costs into consideration for your children:
Use the Child Support Calculator to get an approximate estimate of what you will have to pay.
Child support can be a very difficult matter to settle. An attorney from The Law Offices of Paul A. Eads, A.P.C. can help you fight for your rights as a parent to ensure that your child is properly cared for. My firm has years of experience handling child support and child custody cases, and will do its best to ensure that your child support arrangement is affordable for you.
The courts will always act in the best interest of the child. It is your attorney's job to help the court understand what kind of parent you are and to present a persuasive case for you. Contact a Covina child support attorney from my firm today to discuss your child support options.
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