I am a Hickory child support attorney with the knowledge and understanding to help you with your child support case. All parents are legally obligated to provide financial support for their children. When two parents no longer live together, it is often necessary to obtain a court order or written agreement quantifying the obligation of the non-residential, non-custodial parent.
The vast majority of child support cases in North Carolina are determined by the state's Child Support Guidelines. The Guidelines have taken many factors about the parents' finances into account and established a formula for determining child support payments. There are a number of factors that may help a Judge determine when and how child support payments should be awarded and modified. Contact me to discuss the unique circumstances of your child support case today.