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Three Circumstances That Can Trigger Retroactive Child Support

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In a typical child support determination, the noncustodial parent has to start paying the money as soon as the ruling is made. However, there are cases where the child support payments may be backdated to an earlier date. This is known as retroactive child support, and here are some of the cases that can trigger it: The Noncustodial Parent Concealed Their Finances There are many factors that determine child support payments, and one of them is the financial status of the paying parent. Read More»