When a custody decision is made, the parent with whom the child resides is entitled to payments to help with the expense for the care of the child. All parents are required to contribute to their children’s support. The unique circumstances of your situation will dictate how much support is paid. Child Support is governed by guidelines which may be adjusted for extenuating circumstances.
Noncompliance with a support order is a serious matter. If the payor fails to pay or chronically late with payments, they face severe consequences, which may include jail time. Mrs. Taylor will assist you in dealing with this concern promptly.
Alternatively, if you are the non-custodial parent and unable to pay support due to changes in your income, health or other circumstances, she can help you decrease the order. To request a modification, you must have documented proof that a significant change has occurred justifying a reduction to the support order.