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Everything You Need to Know About Child Support in North Carolina

After the conclusion of the divorce process, you and your partner are legally obligated to continue providing your kid’s financial needs. This is in the best interests of the child. Cases pertaining to child support in North Carolina are handled by the state’s Child Support Enforcement Program (CSE).

What is Child Support?

Child support is a very important component to many divorce settlements. It is also common in situations when the parents of a child are not involved in a romantic relationship and when one parent is refusing to make payments to support the child.

An Overview of Adoption

Adoption is an amazing act and one of the best ways to expand your family. Taking in a child from foster care, overseas, or from any background and giving them a safe, secure, loving home, where they can grow up with a family is a truly beautiful thing. There are many components of adoption that make it somewhat complex. However, in most cases the tremendous benefits outweigh the complexities.

An Overview of Adoption

Adoption is an amazing act and one of the best ways to expand your family. Taking in a child from foster care, overseas, or from any background and giving them a safe, secure, loving home, where they can grow up with a family is a truly beautiful thing. There are many components of adoption that make it somewhat complex. However, in most cases the tremendous benefits outweigh the complexities.

  • You are sparing a child from growing up without a real family
  • Adoption helps aid the crime rate
  • Your family will feel more complete
  • Great for people that can't have children naturally
  • Opportunity to build a meaningful relationship with the birth parents
  • Great option for teen pregnancies

Navigating child custody and child support

One of the most difficult and emotionally taxing elements of divorce for parents is child custody and child support. When it comes to supporting children, both parents hold a financial responsibility they are required to uphold. That level of that responsibility can vary a great deal from state to state and case to case however. Child support guidelines contain formulas and standards that help to determine if child support should be awarded to one parent, and if so, how much.

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