Child support is the sum paid to the custodian by the noncustodial parent to serve as parental contribution for their child’s basic living expenses like food, shelter, clothing, education, and health care. When a parent is ordered by the court to make child support payment, the individual pays directly to the custodial parent and that money should go towards expenses that help their child. However, upon the child reaching 18 years of age the parent is not obligated by any law to continue such payments.
Many factors might bring about disputes with child support necessitating legal intervention. After divorce the custodian may be compelled to enforce the child support directive against a less cooperative parent. The manner in which the child support is used may seem less agreeable and call for legal help to determine if such actions are justified. In addition, due to changing times there might be a need to revise child support to adequately cater to the child’s financial requirements.
The Law Offices of Kyle R. Puro will offer the much needed legal help to any child support case. Their law firm commits to help every child enjoy his/her legal rights as entitled in the child support law.