I Am Still Paying Child Support Even Though the Custody Arrangement Has Changed – Do I Have to Continue Paying?

There are standard formulas used in Nevada to determine the amount of child support that a parent is obligated to pay when the parents are not raising children together. The child support formulas take into account the number of shared children that a couple has, as well as the combined family income of both parents and the percentage of income that each parent earns.

It is important to go through the legal process of getting your custody and support orders altered so you can protect yourself financial and protect your relationship with your children. A Las Vegas divorce and family law attorney can provide you with representation throughout the process of getting your support order modified.