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How and why child-support obligations can be modified

Although it certainly can be rewarding, raising a child often becomes more difficult when the child's parents are separated or divorced. Most parents in Washington and elsewhere understand that the everyday needs of their children can only be met by child support, which is often determined during the divorce process or when a custodial parent seeks financial support from a noncustodial parent. The amount of child support depends on the judge's discretion, but sometimes the amount can end up leaving the parent who has to pay it with barely enough money to cover his or her daily expenses.

Court orders actress to pay $16K per month in child support

A Gig Harbor, Washington resident would agree that if a couple cannot resolve differences between themselves, they are still responsible for ensuring the health and wellbeing of their child. When couples separate, custody of the child is awarded either jointly or to one parent with the other parent providing financial assistance for the upbringing of the child. Thus, child support received from a noncustodial parent plays a pivotal role in providing for a child.

The basics of same-sex divorce

Washington is one of a growing number of states that allows same-sex marriages. However, lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and transgendered persons should also take note that once they enter marriages, there is also the possibility they may one day find themselves in a divorce. Gay couples should be prepared for divorce and learn the basic issues that their straight friends have been experiencing for quite some time now.

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