The subject of child support is an important (and often difficult) issue for many parents. What is a fair amount to pay? Who determines the child support payment? It can be a difficult endeavor for both parties, aside from the emotional challenges of splitting up a family.
To make the issue a bit more complicated, child support laws and processes vary from state to state. Please look at the links below to find state child support forms and related resources for all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
District of Columbia
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When it comes to getting the best possible arrangement for your family, brushing up on the law and getting the necessary state child support forms is just the beginning. If you have additional questions about child support laws in your state or need representation, an experienced, local child support attorney can help.