Child Support FAQ’s

Child support is based upon a formula that takes into consideration the incomes of both parties, the amount of overnights the payor has with the child, health care costs, child care costs, and tax exemptions.

Child support is generally paid through the Friend of the Court, which will keep track of, and enforce, child support obligations.

For more information on child support, contact the attorneys at SMDA, P.C.

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