NH CHILD SUPPORT CALCULATOR

October 14, 2013

NH CHILD SUPPORT

When two partners split and children are involved, child support is a very important part of the separation process that needs to be properly planned and configured.  Both parents are obligated to support their children to meet their specific needs.  When calculating child support, it is most important to think of what the children will require to be safe, stable and comfortable in their home.  There are several factors and guidelines that are taken into account when adjusting the amount of child support required by one parent.  The experienced Family Law Attorneys at FAMILYLEGAL have a strong understanding of all the necessary aspects and considerations when creating a child support agreement.

 

Every situation and family is unique and has differing circumstances, and that is what makes these types of arrangements impossible to give a set answer to as far as "how much."  We can meet with you to discuss your situation and what you can expect when determining child support for your child or children. We advise both custodial and non-custodial parents on issues involving child support, and we can help you to reach an amicable settlement with the other parent of your child.  

   

Obviously our main goal is stability and constancy in your children’s lives.  We want to help you navigate smoothly through this transitional period and maintain as much affinity between both parties as possible.

 

IS CHILD SUPPORT ALWAYS NECESSARY?

There are some cases where child support is unnecessary.  For example, if parents share rotating custody, or have virtually equal custodial time, then there may be no need for one parent to pay child support to the other depending upon the comparative incomes of the parties.  

 

Many parents have concerns about help paying for private school tuition, after school programs or other expenses that may not be taken into account in basic child support calculation.  In circumstances like these, depending upon your state, the amount can definitely be adjusted up or down to account for the extra costs.  One of the experienced Family Law Attorneys at FAMILYLEGAL can meet with you to discuss your case in great detail to determine your child or children’s needs. 

 

If you would like an idea of how much Child Support the State may require you to pay, please CLICK HERE.  If you're facing a New Hampshire Child Support issue, Contact us today at (888) 725-0004 and speak with one of our experienced NH Child Support Attorneys.

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