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Albany Child Custody Attorney Discusses Child Support if You Become Full Custody Holder
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If you recently had a change in child custody and you are wanting to stop paying on child support, watch this video and contact our experienced attorneys to set up a free review.
What changes should you expect when you become full custody holder?
As an Albany Child Custody Attorney I am often asked about stopping child support if you become the full custody holder. The best thing to do is contact the family court and have your payments terminated. Even if custody changes you are still viewed as owing that money. I advise clients as an Albany Child Custody Attorney that the only way to just stop paying is if you direct pay the child’s mother, but we still recommend going through family court.
Are you wanting to stop paying on child support after a recent change in child custody? Contact our experienced Saratoga Child Support Attorneys today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
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