How Child Support Works

In family law and public policy, child support (sometimes referred to as child maintenance) is a periodic payment made from one parent to the other for the monitorial benefit of the child following the end of a marriage. Child support is paid directly or indirectly by an ‘obligor’ to an ‘obligee’ for the care of the child or children of

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Custody of a Child

Custody is an emotional and difficult issue when it comes to divorce. It needs to be well-discussed with your lawyer to ensure that you get what is fair when it comes to seeing your children. There are two parts to custody: One is the right and responsibility to make decisions for a child, known as legal custody. The other being where

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