family law

Child Support

When parents divorce or separate, one parent will generally owe child support to the other after a court order is established. Child support paid from one parent to another (or from a parent to a non-parent) is a necessary and helpful resource for the child to financially benefit from a parent to have their needs met. A state-supplied child support calculator or formula usually determines how much child support is appropriate, according to numerous factors. Ensuring the proper amount is paid, Duggan & Associates, PLLC attorneys advocate vigorously for our clients, making sure the guidelines are met or accurately accumulated.

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