The bureau of child support enforcement in Connecticut has a mandate to the parent asking for child support. It helps to enforce orders and trace a parent who is not providing child support. It takes into consideration the gross income of the paying parent before it can arrive at a figure which the non-custodial parent will have to pay. It also assists with all disputes that relate to child support including but not limited to; how payments should be made, who should make the payments, the paternity of the child and the like.
The need for the noncustodial parent to provide child support comes with the need to provide your child with the best care that both parents can afford. When such support is not available, then you have to legally enforce it. Luckily, the bureau of child support enforcement of Connecticut provides a way forward through which […]Enforcement
For Connecticut parents who are not living together, they can utilize this calculator to determine how much they can contribute or receive from child support. It is the responsibility of the noncustodial parent to pay for child support and live up to their responsibility of child support. Also, the custodial parent can ask for such […]Calculator
In Connecticut, parents get to have an easy and flexible way to make payments. The online system provides them with the resources and a platform on which they can make payments easily or child support. This form of payment proves to be a reliable way to increase the number of parents who are looking to […]Login
The general statutes of child support in Connecticut offer guidelines and rules of how parents should provide support to their children. The children, in this case, are below the age of 19 years. Both parents whether together or separated should offer support to their children which are meant to cover the education, health, and other […]Laws