- Child support guidelines are used to determine the amount of child support in Connecticut. The guidelines encompass a three-tiered process involving calculation of each party’s support obligation. The net income of the parties is combined and then the guidelines are applied to determine the appropriate level of support
- There will be a periodic cash payment. It can be made at intervals that the parties agree on. There will also be contributions towards out-of-pocket medical expenses and employment or school-related childcare
- Payment of child support can be made voluntarily by one parent to the other. You also have the opportunity to have the order include wage withholding or salary garnishment so that the custodial parent does not have to wait for payment
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