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Child support and the loss of your job

On Behalf of | Jun 22, 2018 | Child Support

As a parent who is required to make child support payments, our law office realizes that there are many different hurdles you might encounter on a daily basis. You could be having trouble staying caught up on the child support payments you owe or you might be facing emotional issues following your divorce and losing the ability to spend as much time with your child as you would like. Worse, there are other problems that may arise which can complicate things further, such as being laid off or fired. If you anticipate that your job will end for any reason, it is crucial to keep your child support responsibilities in mind.

There are all sorts of factors to consider when it comes to job loss. People lose their positions for many reasons, whether they are discriminated against, laid off due to the seasonal nature of their field, or fired for any reason. Losing a job can make one feel like giving up, but it is essential to make sure that you stay caught up on the child support you owe since falling behind can significantly complicate your life in many ways, as we have discussed on this blog.

If you have experienced significant financial changes or go through these changes in the future, modifying your child support order could be an option. If you visit our law office’s page which covers family law issues involving children, you will have the opportunity to read even more material that is connected to this topic.