After custody is determined, the next step is to determine the issue of child support. Many things are considered in determining child support, such as the standard of living the child would have had if no divorce occurred, the physical and educational needs of the child, the financial resources of both parents among many other factors.
There are many ways of calculating support, but Missouri uses a child support worksheets to help determine child support. These worksheets take into consideration many pieces of data and the result can have a big impact on the lives of both parents and children. It's important to be fairly and accurately represented during this phase of divorce proceedings.
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