Child Support after Divorce
Posted on Dec 28, 2011 5:20pm PST
Are you in the process of getting divorced and have children with your
spouse? If so, you have more to worry about than hurt feelings and
property division. When it comes to children, you will need to work with your partner to
establish a strong, healthy relationship between both parents and the
child in question.
Even if both parents are not active in the child's life, it is the
duty of both to take care of the child. This is often done by one parent
being asked to pay
child support to help the other parent raise the child. While the parent that does not
live with the child is often asked to pay child support, the court will
look at the financial history of both parents when making the final decision.
Should the court decide that both parents should contribute financially
to the child's welfare, it is possible that one parent may pay less
child support than the other.
Are you hoping to obtain child support after your
Contact Hutchinson Law now to get help from a Jacksonville family lawyer who can help you seek
the financial payments you need to care for your child(ren).