Child Support is money provided by a non-custodial parent to the custodial parent for children under the age of 21. In New York, Child Support payments are based upon a formula called the Child Support Standards Act (see How Does a Court Calculate Child Support below). Child Support payments can be awarded in Supreme Court during divorce proceedings or in Family Court as part of a Child Support proceeding (see the section on Family Court FAQs). More information on Child Support can be found on our blog.
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