North Carolina like most, if not all states considers child support to be the most important payment separated spouses will make, taking precedence over alimony and over one’s personal needs. North Carolina allows parents to enter into separation or custody agreements wherein child support can be agreed to at whatever level the parties deem appropriate. However, if the parties cannot agree or litigation to resolve child support ensues child support is generally calculated and ordered using the child support guidelines to determine a presumptive amount of child support owed by one parent to the other.
Experienced Attorneys in the Charlotte Area
The family law attorneys at Weaver, Bennett & Bland, P.A. have more than 40 years of combined experience in dealing with complex and difficult child support cases as well as “simple” guideline cases. Each case is treated as a unique and important matter, as it truly is to client and to the children. The goal is at all times the most complete and fair child support arrangement for the client and the children. Contact us to schedule a consultation to discuss your options for child support in Charlotte.