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A Practical Guide to Keeping Track of Child Support

Almost every week I talk to so many people about child support issues. One of the biggest issues is that people have trouble keeping track of what has been paid and was has not been paid. This is especially the case when a parent has been inconsistent in payments.

My solution.....I created this chart for my clients. 

I then recommend attaching copies of the bills and proof of payment for the statutory add on expenses such as unreimbursed medical and child care.

Each month if payments are inconsistent you will not have a running tally of what is actually owed and you will be able to keep track of child support easily.

Each of my clients with a child support case is now required to fill out this form for the office. Not only does it simplify things for Emily and me, but it makes everything very clear to the court as I attach a copy of the form to any petition that is filed.

If you are paying child support this chart will help to ensure that you are paying the correct amount of support each month. This way if your ex ever tries to claim you owe money you have proof of what you have paid each month with copies of your proof of payment.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact the office.