January 4, 2017
Do you pay or receive child support in the state of North Carolina?
What does the court look at?
The courts set, evaluate and adjust support amounts as circumstances change with your case. Job changes, living arrangements, medical expenses, and age are just a few reasons why child support may need to be modified.
In this short video, Attorney Anna Kegley describes what it means to modify support. Learn when you should file a motion to modify your child support in North Carolina.
You may read more about child support legal services and other family law matters at Family Law.
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