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All About Child Support

2 years ago

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Child support is something that is given to children of divorced parents and their custodial parents or the parents who have custody over them.

You would think that because of the sheer number of divorce cases in the United States, implementing child support arrangement is a hassle. But actually, each state has its own child support services that can help both parents, the ones who have custody and the ones who are paying for child support, receive and give the amounts required by the court.

As a matter of fact, in California, there are at least 49 centers that you can go to in order to set things up or to solve some kinks.

While we do not know about the other states and how many child support services they have, we can tell you that they are enough in number so that people do not need to travel far and wide in order to set up payments.

To find a support service in your area, make sure to go to Google and type the words “child support services” plus the name of your local area.

You might think that they are only there for the biological parents, however, the truth of the matter is that they are also there for the guardians or the non-parents who have been awarded custody.

In California, parents and guardians can create accounts on the official child support website to track payments. We are not sure about the other states. Maybe they have or maybe they don’t. In any case, if you are about to get divorced and you have children, be prepared to go through the rather lengthy process of awarding custody and child support payments.

If you are feeling overwhelmed, you do not need to go through it along, there family law lawyers out there that can help you.