Family Law | Child Support | Serving Charleston
The exact amount of money that the non-custodial parent has to pay is determined by the South Carolina Child Support Guidelines. Usually they will add the gross monthly income of the mother and father to reach their combined gross monthly income.
The amount of will be affected by the number of children to be supported based on the combined gross income of the parents. The amount of support from each parent is then determined based on the percentage each parent’s gross income makes up of the combined income of the two parents.
Due to the many variables that go into these calculations, it is very important to have the help of a family law attorney who can make sure you are receiving or paying a fair monthly amount.
It is extremely important that you consult with an experienced Charleston family lawyer to make sure you are getting a fair shake when these amounts are being calculated. Once ordered by the court, these amounts are not easy to adjust.
If you have questions concerning family law in South Carolina, please get in touch with Sarji Law Firm today to set up a consultation by calling 843-722-5354 or by filling out this simple form.