Raising a child is expensive, so it is very important that the ordered child support in your case is the correct amount, and that payments stay current.
Child support is typically calculated using both parents’ gross (before tax) incomes, and the amount of time the children spend with each parent.
Other financial factors such as the cost of the children’s health insurance may also be considered. At Hays & Strode Law, P.C., we have the expertise to make strong arguments about what both parties’ income should be for child support purposes. We can also help you decide whether it makes sense to seek a modification of your current support order.