My spouse and I are getting a divorce, but I am worried she/he will not give me any money for our child once we get divorce.

“My spouse and I are getting a divorce, but I am worried she/he will not give me any money for our child once we get divorce.”  This problem is associated with child support.  What is Oklahoma child support?  Child support is a calculated amount of money, ordered by the court, for the noncustodial parent to give to the custodial parent on a monthly basis.  In other words, a court orders one parent to pay the other parent, a monthly sum, to help pay for the children’s expenses.  If one party is worried that the other party will not help raise the child, then they should request the court order child support.

Child support can be complicated and there are many ways for it to be calculated improperly...costing you substantial money.  If you are facing this issue or have additional questions, contact us here, or call 405-543-2529 to schedule a in-office or phone consultation.

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