Child support is often among the most contentious issues in a child custody matter. Whether you're planning on paying or receiving child support, chances are you have more than a few questions. In this episode, your host and guide, Attorney Leigh Sellers, provides you with the tips you need if your case involves child support.
Key insights from the episode:
1:35 - How child support is calculated utilizing the statutory child support guidelines 3:06 - Exceptions to the child support guidelines 5:38 - How to modify your child support payments if your income decreases 6:57 - What if child support is not being spent on the children? 7:21 - The necessary expenses child support is intended to cover 10:10 - When you can stop paying child support in North Carolina and South Carolina 10:44 - What child support doesn’t cover 13:52 - How parents can develop their own voluntary child support agreements 16:20 - Why it is important not to fall behind on child support payments 18:25 - Bringing the proper child support documentation when meeting with your attorney Child Support Guidelines for North Carolina & South Carolina *** The insights and views presented in “Welcome to Splitsville” are for general information purposes only and should not be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. Nor does tuning in to this podcast constitute an attorney-client relationship of any kind. If you’re ready for compassionate and reliable legal guidance on your journey through divorce, contact Leigh Sellers and her team (NC/SC) at www.TouchstoneFamilyLaw.com