In our previous blog post, we discussed why child support is such an important obligation for parents. If you recall, we touched on some of the aspects of a child's life that are covered by child support payments. We also briefly mentioned that parents who don't think the child is being provided for might be able to take action in court.
We know that you only want your children to be taken care of so that they can enjoy life. You want to know that the child can eat, have a roof over his or her head and do things that children do.
The fact of the matter is that parents who don't pay child support and those who don't use the child support to support the child can lead to the child not having the things he or she should. In these cases, the other parent might choose to bring the issues to the court's attention.
If you should be receiving child support but aren't, you might opt to head to court. If you feel that the amount of child support is too great or too small, you might decide to seek a modification. No matter what issue you have with the child support, we are here to help you explore the options that you have to rectify the situation.
We know that you might not want to think about going to court again. That might be what is necessary to get the issues that you have taken care of. Even though it might not be what you want to happen, we will be here to help you get through it.