The code entails how child support issues can be settled in a court of law. It provides laws or rules that help to govern how each case should be treated. In the code, judges and courts get detailed guidelines on how to approach and make a decisive ruling regarding who should provide financial support to the child based on different circumstances. For example, if the paying parent is providing child support elsewhere, the gross income of the noncustodial parent or the number of children that need support.
Mississippi Child Support Laws | Miss. Code Ann. § 43-19-101