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Getting Child Support

The subject of child support is an important (and often difficult) issue for many parents. What is a fair amount to pay? Who determines the child support payment? It can be a difficult endeavor for both parties. Parents with primary custody of a child, referred to as "custodial parents," often are eligible to receive child support payments from the child's other parent. The following articles cover eligibility, determining the amount of child support, the difference between support by agreement and support by court order, changes to child support and other issues of importance to those seeking child support. 

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