Child Support Laws By State - MaritalLaws.com

What Is Child Support?

Child support is an ongoing payment by a non-custodial parent to assist with the financial support of their children. Child support payments are often determined during the process of dissolution of a marriage through divorce, though the only requirements for requesting child support payments are establishment of paternity and maternity.

MaritalLaws.com has compiled child support laws for all fifty states plus Washington, DC. You can view a a map of how child support laws vary across the country by picking a law from the dropdown below, or compare all of the states in the table of Child Support Laws By State below.


Map Of Child Support Laws By State


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