Child Custody

Law

Child Custody

In family law and open arrangement, kid support (or youngster upkeep) is a progressing, intermittent installment made by a parent for the monetary advantage of a kid taking after the finish of a marriage or other relationship. Youngster upkeep is paid straightforwardly or in a roundabout way by an obligor to oblige for the care and support of offspring of a relationship that has been ended or now and again never existed. Frequently the obligor is a non-custodial parent. The oblige is ordinarily a custodial parent, a parental figure, a gatekeeper, or the state.