Your oldest child reaches the age of 19…you may wistfully remember the days of young childhood and you may also celebrate that your obligation to pay weekly child [...]
Generally, child support orders provide that one parent pays support and the other parent receives support. The custodial parent under the Indiana Child Support Guidelines who receives support [...]
Having a grandchild is a joyful and enriching experience. Many grandparents imagine the meaningful bonds they will form with their grandchildren over the years as they spend quality [...]
As you are likely aware, weekly child support does not cover the cost of a child’s extracurricular activities and related supplies. Most parents have a separate agreement or order about how extracurricular costs will be shared. It’s fairly easy to understand that regular school clothes, annual school fees and school lunches are the expenses that are paid by the parent receiving child support with financial support provided by the other parent in the form of weekly child support. It is also easy to understand that the travel soccer team, special cleats required for soccer and the team shirt are extracurricular expenses that are paid separately by parents outside of weekly child support. But what about the confusing gray areas where school and activities meet?