How do you make sure that your child gets the financial support they need after your divorce is finalized? How do you know if you're overpaying for child support? What do you do if your ex refuses to pay? An experienced child support lawyer can answer all of these questions and more.
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In a separation or divorce, the court will decide how much child support to award the Primary Residential Parent. Tennessee law dictates that parents are required to provide child support until the child turns 18.
This arrangement is determined by a number of factors. A family court judge will look at:
The number of children involved
Each parent's income
The cost of health insurance
The child's specific financial needs
Other variables could come into play. For example, if you have a pre-existing support order in place for another child, that order could change the amount you're required to pay.
You can also seek child support reductions if you lose income or there have been other changes within your arrangement. Get in touch with me today to discuss the specifics of your situation.