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Your Child Deserves Support

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Adult relationships can be complicated, especially when they end. If you are raising a child after the relationship with the other parent is over, you know about the extra complications that can arise.

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Your Child Deserves Support

  1. 1. Your Child Deserves Support
  2. 2. Adult relationships can be complicated, especially when they end. If you are raising a child after the relationship with the other parent is over, you know about the extra complications that can arise. Even though the relationship between the adults may have ended, both parents are still responsible for the child’s welfare. The custodial parent is not solely responsible for providing for the child. See Beyond the Hurt If you are supporting your child without assistance from the other parent, you do not need to continue to go it alone. Breakups leave emotional scars. Don’t let past hurts keep you from getting financial help for your child.
  3. 3. Along with providing financial security, getting support from both parents is good for your child’s emotional wellbeing. Whether the end of the relationship was amicable or adversarial, your child is now your foremost concern. Get Professional Help If the past makes the present too cloudy and you and your ex cannot discuss financial details peacefully, don’t despair. Seek out expert advice from a reputable, experienced family law specialist. An attorney can walk you through the steps to come up with an equitable child support payment amount.
  4. 4. An attorney will explain both parents’ legal obligations and explore solutions based on financial realities. Visit this website to find out more about getting help with child support in Newport Beach - http://www.dunnelawoc.com/child-support

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