Child support refers to the financial support that the Courts require one parent to pay to the custodial parent (parent who has custody of the child). In awarding child support, the Courts would look at the child support payment amount suggested by the State guidelines chart used to calculate child support payments and decide whether suggested amount is sufficient and in the best interest of the child. The Courts may increase or decrease suggested child support payment amount based on several factors, including the parents’ financial resources and the needs of the child and the parents, and the standard of living that the child was accustomed to during the parents union.
SERVICES FOR CHILD SUPPORT
At Noorani & Villar, we provide full services for child support matters for either custodial or non-custodial parents, including negotiating and pursuing child support payment amount or terminating or modifying child support payment.
Please contact Noorani & Villar, P.C., where our attorneys will assist you in your Child Support rights.