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Posts tagged "child support modification"

What rules in Rhode Island cover child support modification?

What rules in Rhode Island cover child support modification? Chapter 15-5 covers divorce and separation in the state of Rhode Island and section 15-5-16.7 lays out the law regarding the review of child support order. First, this section relies on an order being valid and enforceable pursuant to the Rhode Island state plan for child support enforcement, which is defined in section 15-16-5(a).

How can a jailed parent modify a child support order in Texas?

Child support is one of the most contentious issues during divorce proceedings in Texas. Cases relating to child support can become more complicated in cases where the child is born to unmarried parents. Many times the non-custodial parent who is liable to pay child support may also be in prison. In such cases, child-support orders already issued by the court may need to be modified.

How is the child support formula calculated in Texas?

When a parent is required to pay child support in Texas, one of the most frequent questions surrounds the child support formula that determines how much will be paid. In addition, the supporting parent might wonder whether or not there can be child support modification if the circumstances change. Understanding Texas' child support calculator and how it works is the first step to gathering an understanding as to how the payments are decided upon.

How are child support payments determined in Texas?

When the parents of a child are not living in the same household, it's important that the child is not denied the benefits of having two parents. In order for the child to have the resources he or she needs, the noncustodial parent is often required to make child support payments.

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