When parents divorce or separate, they each have a legal duty before them to provide emotional, physical and financial support for their minor children, which will ultimately ensure the child or children’s needs are being met. In most cases, the non-custodial parent will pay a court-ordered child support payment to the custodial parent, but sometimes each parent shares the custody rights and thus will share the responsibility of child support.
Child support is a tricky business. The whole process can be difficult to understand and even comprehend sometimes. At J. Jerry Pilgrim and Associates, we make it our duty to ensure you know exactly what’s going on, how to deal with issues as they arise and above all, make sure you have the support you need while we help fight for you and your child’s rights.
Our #1 priority will be to fight aggressively for you while also providing emotional support at affordable rates. Don’t settle for less, because your family deserves more. Give us a call today for more information on how we can help you with your child support case.
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Why go it alone when you can go with a friend? At J. Jerry Pilgrim and Associates, we make it our priority to ensure that you have affordable help and support in the places you need it most. Child support cases can get messy fast- but that’s where we can step in and help you not only to fight for the rights of you and your child but also help you better understand the legal system as a whole. With a little help from J. Jerry Pilgrim and Associates, you can have knowledge of the laws concerning child support so that you won’t be walking in the dark when it comes to your rights as a parent and as a person.
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What Is Child Support?
Child support is the procedure of a noncustodial parent making court-ordered payments to the custodial parent in order to support the minor child or children that were the result of the relationship.