Includes legal obligation of parents to pay child support.
Some indicators of legal issues
What the clients may say:
- "My ex-partner is always late with or misses his/her child support payments."
- "My child just turned 18. My ex-partner has stopped paying child support and told him/her to get a job."
- "My ex-partner is making more money now, so I want him/her to pay more child support."
- "I'm on social assistance and I'm worried that child support payments will affect my benefits."
- "My ex-partner moved overseas and stopped paying child support."
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