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How Do Subsequent Children Impact Child Support Obligations?
How Do Subsequent Children Impact Child Support Obligations?

Child Support in General Parents have a legal duty to provide adequate financial support for their children to cover essential items such as food, clothing, shelter, education, and medical care. Because this duty stems from the parent-child relationship rather than the ...

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