Like trying to alter most court-issued decrees, child support modification in Washington isn’t particularly easy, but it is possible.
In general, child support ends when the child in question turns 18 or finishes high school. That’s not always the case, however, and here are three cases where child support past 18 continues.
Following divorce, parents face a number of new issues, one of which is child support. But how does the state calculate child support?
Can you get an itemized breakdown of what your child support payments actually cover every month? How do you go about ensuring child support accountability?
It’s important to make sure post-secondary payments are going to the right place. Here’s how.
The Washington Division of Child Support is key to enforcing support orders. Here’s how it works.
Modifying a child support order is tough enough in the best cases, but what if your ex keeps dodging scheduled meetings?