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Failure to pay court ordered child support is a serious issue

Households come in many shapes and sizes these days. For many kids, a split-parent household is their reality. While it may provide all the emotional support he or she needs, children also require financial support in order to provide sufficiently for them. This is why court ordered child support exists - to help address the financial burden that raising a child can have on one parent's shoulders.

When one parent has legal or physical custody the majority of the time, the expenses can really add up. Scheduled child support payments can be the difference between one parent paying their bills on-time or not at all. This can be very detrimental to the child since they may not be able to get everything they need without both parents' financial support. There are laws that prohibit the failure to pay child support.

Whether a parent is not receiving scheduled payments or a non-custodial parent is late with your payments, the professionals at Carton & Rosoff have helped past clients address a variety of child support issues. The best interests of the child will always be in the forefront of our mind, as it is the test the courts will use. We have helped parents understand how to meet these needs while also understanding possible penalties involved in the matter.

If you are a parent who foresees the scheduled child support payments to be a problem, address it before it becomes one. If a parent has lost a job, try to have this discussion before the money dries up. It is in your child's best interest to receive the financial support they are entitled to.

To learn more, check out our child support website. This could provide general information for all parents dealing with child support issues. This could help him or her take timely action to resolve these issues while also meet the best interests of their child.

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