No matter which side of a child support determination you may be on, you should always have an experienced child support attorney representing your best interests. In Ohio, child support is determined on a number of factors. But first, it’s important to realize that child support is statutory and is presumed correct once the child support formula is applied. Under Ohio law, courts will combine the income of both parents. The court then uses a basic child support schedule to provide the statutory child support determination which provides how much support the children should be provided per-year. This number is based on the total amount of income and the number of children at issue. Child support can be a complicated matter. Contact family law attorney Dan Baron for child support advice and legal assistance.
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