As you can see from this article from the front page of today’s News & Observer, a poor economy has a serious impact on child support payments. If you pay child support or receive child support, do not wait until a payment is due to discuss a change of income or loss of a job with the other parent. Addressing the issue as soon as an economic change happens can save both of you a lot of time in court. If you have questions about whether a reduction in child support payments is appropriate in your case, contact a family law attorney. Lowering or ending child support payments without obtaining court approval can have serious legal consequences.
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