Helping You Understand How Child Support Is Handled According To Ohio Law
Children need the financial support of both of their parents. If you are in a situation where child support is going to be required, ensure you get the information you need from a knowledgeable lawyer. John Shryock Co. L.P.A. has over 40 years of experience working with child support issues. He is uniquely able to guide you through the support process.
The Ohio Child Support Guidelines are designed to provide children with the appropriate amount of support from both parents, whether they are divorcing or have never been married. The calculation of child support is based upon the incomes of the parties. A correct calculation requires not only accurate information but also a working knowledge of how to apply the information. New requirements imposed by health insurance concerns make an accurate calculation even more difficult.
Changing An Existing Order
- Times change and so do the issues surrounding children and their support. Financial issues after a divorce or initial custody arrangement also change. Parents’ incomes may increase or in these troubled economic times may decrease.
- A parent’s obligation to support a child must be determined according to the current financial condition of the parents. The law allows for modifications to meet these changes in the circumstances of a child. John W. Shryock understands these changing situations and how they affect custody and child support.
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