An earlier discussion on the amounts in child support that must be paid in Washington State centered on the maximum amount that the state requires. Another topic
A parent in Washington State who has failed to adhere to an order to support a child can face numerous penalties as a means of
Retroactive payments for child support — also known as back support — are often worrisome issues for parents in Washington. It is important for Washington
Washington parents who share a child, but are no longer together as a couple will undoubtedly understand that there will likely be child support involved.
Custodial parents in Washington State who are supposed to be receiving monthly payments from a supporting parent might not realize that there are steps that
A frequent problem that parents who are ordered to pay child support will face is what to do if they would like to have the
News stories in Washington State and across the country often tell of parents who have failed to pay child support and end up being arrested.
Washington State uses a formula to determine how much child support will be paid from the supporting parent to the custodial parent. While courts do
Divorced or unmarried parents in Washington often get into disagreements over child support orders. Parents on the receiving end of child support might believe that