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North Carolina Child Support

Child support is one of the few areas of NC divorce with strict, mandated guidelines for payment determinations.

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Child Support in North Carolina is often settled by the parents of the child by amicable agreement. Generally parents come to agreement based upon the North Carolina child support guidelines. The guidelines provide detailed instructions for those families with incomes of less than $300,000 per year.

In recent years, the payment of child support and the calculating of child support have changed. Our firm provides a child support calculator based on the guidelines to help families determine child support amounts. Once calculated, you have the option to print your calculations as a PDF form that may be filed in court.

In rare cases, grandparents may be required to pay child support.

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