One of the most important of all divorce settlement terms is the child support order. Generally, when a couple divorces, the children will reside primarily with one parent while the other parent has regular visitation. Child support is payment made by the non-custodial parent for the care of their child. Child support typically becomes part of a court order and is therefore required as per the order. Sometimes, a divorced parent remarries, and they may wonder whether their new marital status will have any impact on their existing child support order.
Child Support Guidelines