Custodial parents are eligible to receive child support payments from noncustodial parents, even if they were not previously married. Sadly many parents face the child support process without understanding how payments are calculated and what factors affect the amount of the payment. Noncustodial parents can end up paying too much while custodial parents can miss out on much needed benefits to which they are entitled.
Tennessee has very specific child support guidelines that consider numerous factors. However, courts have the authority to include other expenses and benefits beyond the guidelines. Having a confident and experienced attorney by your side will help to ensure that your children receive appropriate financial support.
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