Typically, child support is calculated based on the combined income of both parents and is paid proportionate to the amount of time the child spends with each parent. Child support is closely linked to child custody, time-sharing and visitation schedules because the schedules reflect the amount of time a child spends with each parent. In most cases, child support can be modified if either party’s income changes or the child’s visitation schedule is modified. We help our clients accurately calculate and modify the amount of income each party earns so that both parties share the expenses of the child.

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