Child Support is the money paid by one parent to the other, usually the one who spends the least amount of time with their child. In most cases, this is the parent that the child does not live with. Child support is to cover the expenses of caring for the child and is based on the gross annual income of the parent paying support and the number of children they have to support.
Sometimes called the Section 7 expenses, these expenses are above and beyond the monthly basic amounts of child support. In most cases, both parents help pay for these expenses in proportion to their respective incomes.
There are many considerations when determining the amount of child support. Come in and speak to R&S Lawyers to assist you in calculating child support and get your child the best financial support possible.
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