Child support factors into every situation, even if the children are not living with both parents. However, child support is strictly a financial matter, and does not involve any other means of support.
Child support is paid by the parent that does not live with the children, to the parent that lives with and provides for the children. The exact amount varies case-to-case and may be created by a formula that estimates what exactly the children need on a regular basis.
Child support can also be ordered to be paid by both parents even if they are both custodial, but is typically from one parent to another. Each case is different and we will help you craft the best plan for everyone involved.
Divorce Mediation of Rochester does not provide legal advice but will guide both parties to a mutual and voluntary agreement on this matter.
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Divorce Mediation of Rochester LLC. Is not a law firm and does not provide legal advice or counsel. Each party has been encouraged to be fully advised by their respective counsel regarding the legal, financial, and practical effect of any agreement entered into.