Child support is a monthly payment that a non-custodial parent pays to a custodial parent to help cover the expenses of their shared child or children. According to the law, the custodial parent is entitled to child support whether he or she needs it or not. Child support laws vary by state, though there are federal laws as well. For more information on child support, please refer to the guides on the following pages.
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