Child Support is usually calculated by the Department of Human Services using a formula which considers each parent’s income, the children’s age/s, the needs of the children, and the amount of care each parent provides.
When one or both parties wish to agree to an alternate calculation of child support, this can be done either informally or made binding by an agreement which is filed in Court.
Whilst the emotional turmoil of an ending relationship may be difficult, a child support agreement can be taken care of with the assistance of one of our family law lawyers.
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