How Is Child Support Determined In Tennessee?
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Child Support Laws: What You Need To Know

When it comes to child support, every state has its own set of laws. Tennessee is no different. The process is complicated and getting advice from an experienced lawyer is in your best interest. At Costner & Greene Attorneys At Law, we have almost four decades of experience helping families work toward a solution. Let us help you when it matters most.

In cases involving children, emotions typically run high. Our firm is dedicated to helping each family set up a plan that will fit their individualized needs. We know that no two families are the same and we will listen to all of your concerns. We have built a strong reputation throughout the community and are here to help a complicated process go as smoothly as possible.

How Is Child Support Determined In Tennessee?

Both parents, married or not, are financially responsible for their child. A few factors go into this process, including:

  • The number of children
  • The combined income of both parents
  • How parenting time is split

The parent who cares for the child most of the time is the one who receives child support payments. The court approves the final amount. If you believe the payments need to be adjusted down the road, we can help you go back to court and prove your case.

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If you have questions about child support, we can help. No matter where you are in the process, we have the answers you need. Call our Maryville office today at 877-381-6564 or fill out our contact form.