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Washington Child Support Laws

Washington Child Support Laws

Washington child support laws are unique in that the parent that spends less than 50% parental time pays child support.  However, that does not mean that the court cannot order both parents to pay. Right off the bat, you can tell that the capitol’s upkeep...
Virginia Child Support Laws

Virginia Child Support Laws

Virginia child support laws say that upkeep is a legal obligation and that parents, whether married on unmarried, must provide support to their dependents until emancipation. However, under state law, a father in Virginia has no legal rights towards the child if the...
Vermont Child Support Laws

Vermont Child Support Laws

Vermont child support laws say that it is state policy that, quote, “children of separated parents must get as much financial support as they would if the parents never split”. Traditionally your support obligation ends when the child turns 18.  However, between...
Utah Child Support Laws

Utah Child Support Laws

Utah child support laws, according to the Utah Department of Human Services, serve to “promote independence through responsible parenthood and to ensure public funds are used appropriately.” These laws also aim to reduce the amount used in running public assistance...
Texas Child Support Laws

Texas Child Support Laws

Texas child support laws say that upkeep is mandatory in the state, and parents, whether married or unmarried, must pay until the child is 18. However, what determines who pays is the amount of parenting time you have. Meaning, often child support is the...