There are many obligations when it comes to parenting. These responsibilities extend beyond marriage, and in when a couple divorces, it is important to address the needs of the child or children. Our firm understands that dealing with divorce issues can be challenging for Rhode Island parents, but it is important that they take the time to consider the needs and interests of their child. This is especially true when it comes to devising a child support payment plan.
During dissolution and post-divorce often means dealing with financial issues. Paying for divorce, dividing property and allocating support payments can make it difficult to acclimate to their new post-divorce life. While a couple or the court can establish the need for child support, it could be challenging to make all or some of these monthly payments.