Child Support in North Carolina is based on the North Carolina child support guidelines. These guidelines can be found online at www.ncchildsupport.com
, where you can use an on-line calculator to determine the amount of child support owed.
Child support is calculated based upon each parent’s income. It may be paid with cash payments and/or property transfers. The most common method of payment is cash payment in monthly installments. When child support is not paid as ordered the court can hold the non-paying party in contempt of court and send him or her to jail.
If you are a parent trying to collect child support, go to the North Carolina Child Support Enforcement website at www.ncchildsupport.com
. It contains all the information you need to answer your questions about child support. If you still have questions, feel free to call attorney John Fernandez at (919) 719-2722 or send him an email to email@example.com