Child support refers to a child’s legal right to financial support from both of his or her parents from birth until age 18—regardless of whether or not the parents are married, divorced, legally separated, or were never married.
This video takes a closer look at child support rights. Most child support comes in the form of monthly payments made from one party to another in order to ensure the child’s proper upbringing. While one parent may make the sole payments in joint-custody situations, the non-custodial parent is usually the one held responsible for making payments. Learn more in this clip.
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