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Child Support in North Carolina

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In North Carolina, child support is based on a guideline, and both parents have a legal obligation to support their children financially. The child support guidelines make an assumption about what amount of financial support is needed for your children. Although online child support calculators can provide basic support estimates for some people, calculators cannot address the unique specifics of your situation. If you are self-employed or have a high income, a higher or lower child support obligation than the guideline amount may be ordered.

When you contact Triangle Divorce Lawyers, that is exactly what you will find. Our legal team includes attorneys and certified paralegals, and we work with financial experts to help ensure our clients' rights and assets are protected.‚Äč

Factors that Influence Financial Obligations:

Working with an experienced child support attorney can help ensure your child support obligations accurately reflect your situation. At Triangle Divorce Lawyers, we represent parents throughout Raleigh and the surrounding communities in child support matters. When you schedule a consultation with us, we educate you about some of the factors that can influence your financial obligations, including:

  • The income of each parent
  • Who pays for health care for the child
  • Child care expenses
  • Children with disabilities
  • Mental health issues
  • Private school expenses
  • Travel expenses for visitation

The Connection Between Child Support And Child Custody

Child support and child custody are considered two separate issues to the court. This means the support must be paid even if the paying parent is prevented from seeing his or her child. Conversely, one parent should not deny access to the child if the other parent fails to pay child support as ordered or agreed.

We can educate you about your financial obligations and ensure you know how to proceed. Learn more by scheduling an initial consultation.