Parents work through a wide variety of challenges on a regular basis, whether these difficulties involve their child's school (transportation, grades, etc.) or some other facet of raising children. However, when a couple splits up, it can be particularly hard for them to move forward, especially if they have kids. For some, child support payments and the financial consequences of divorce can become a major issue.
Whether you expect to have full custody of your child or are simply hoping that you will be able to visit the child from time to time, the emotional toll of these changes can be staggering. However, your life may also be upended from a financial point of view as well and it is crucial for you to do what you can to minimize the financial difficulties you face.
Child support recipient parents may experience challenges because they feel as if the child support they receive is inadequate. Other times they struggle because the other parent has refused to make payments.
Parents paying child support may struggle to afford child support payments.
Whether you are having trouble making payments on time or are worried about how much child support you will receive, it is vital to prepare yourself.
From setting up payment plans to managing your finances, there are different ways you may be able to avoid complications. Our child support section has more concerning the payment of support and related topics.