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How do I prepare for a child support hearing?

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How long does a child support court hearing last?

Usually, court-ordered child support ends when the child turns 18 years old if he or she graduates from high school. If your 18-year-old child is still a full-time high school student and still lives with a parent, child support ends when your child graduates or turns 19, whichever occurs first.

Do I need lawyer for child support modification?

If you want help requesting a modification, consult with a qualified child support attorney. In general, family law doesn't allow for child support modification unless at least one parent can show a change in his or her circumstances that makes the child support modification necessary.

How much does a lawyer charge for child support modification?

For example, a child support lawyer might charge $1,000 to $2,000 to do a standard support modification. It's common for lawyers to ask for a retainer fee, which is an amount of money that is paid up front and based on the expected cost of the case.

Can child support be modified without going to court?

It is possible to have your child support order modified without having to go to court--but only in very limited circumstances. Some judges include a Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) clause in all of the child support orders they issue. File your request for child support modification with the appropriate court.

How do I prepare for a child support court hearing?

Do not ignore your mail. Don't attempt to manipulate the information you're supplying to the courts. Do not arrive late to your child support hearing or fail to show up at all. Do not stray from the topic at hand. Don't entertain unrealistic expectations.

How does child support modification work?

A change in a court order is called a modification. Either parent can request that the Child Support Services Department review his or her child support case for modification. Generally, a modification must be based upon a "substantial change of circumstances" since the last order was made by the court.

How do you respond to a child custody modification?

Fill out your court forms. Have your forms reviewed. Make at least 2 copies of all your forms. File your forms with the court clerk. Serve your papers on the other parent. File your Proof of Service. Go to your court hearing.

Can I contest child support?

If you disagree with your FINAL child support order, you have the right to object. This means you can ask the court to look at the facts of your case again. This is called filing an objection (ob-JEK-shun). Either party in a child support case is allowed to object.

How much does it cost to modify child support?

If you file on your own, it costs $50 to file a Complaint for Modification. If the Department of Revenue files the case, there is no filing fee. Serving the complaint and summons costs $35.00-$45.00. The deputy sheriff or constable charges this fee.

Do I need a lawyer to change child support?

If you want help requesting a modification, consult with a qualified child support attorney. In general, family law doesn't allow for child support modification unless at least one parent can show a change in his or her circumstances that makes the child support modification necessary.

What can I expect from a child support modification hearing?

At the hearing, the parent requesting a change in child support presents a statement making the request along with paperwork to support her claim. Since child support is based on the income of both parents, each must present evidence of their current financial status, such as income statements, tax returns and budget.

How long does it take to modify a child support order?

The LCSA can take up to 180 days to complete the review and adjustment process and get an order from the court. If you are willing to wait or if they can help you change your court order quickly by agreement or some other way, you can ask the LCSA to help.

How long does it take to get a child support modification?

Keep in mind that the LCSA has a lot of cases and that they are required by law to go through certain steps before they can file papers to go to court to change child support. The LCSA can take up to 180 days to complete the review and adjustment process and get an order from the court.

Do you have to go to court to modify child support?

It is possible to have your child support order modified without having to go to court--but only in very limited circumstances. Some judges include a Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) clause in all of the child support orders they issue. The papers you file with the court also need to be served on the other parent.
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