Child support is the right of the child not the parent. The amount of child support paid is determined by the Child Support Guidelines – this is a government mandate. The payor pays a stipulated amount of monthly support based on his or her gross annual income and determining income for a self-employed person can pose a challenge – this is when experts are required to determine income. Child support is not tax deductible to the payor and it is not taxable income to the recipient. The exception to straight Table support payable is when there is a “shared” parenting regime. Child support provides for the daily expenses incurred for the child’s benefit such as housing, food and clothing. Additional expenses such as tutoring, medical expenses not covered under an insurance plan and extracurricular activities are paid for by the parties in accordance with their incomes.

Legal Advocacy for Your Little Ones: Compassionate Counsel, Concrete Results

At Nelson Family Law, we understand the profound impact legal matters can have on children, and our commitment is to provide compassionate counsel throughout the legal process. With a focus on the best interests of your children, our dedicated team strives for concrete results, ensuring their well-being remains at the forefront of every decision.

In pursuing justice for your little ones, we blend empathy with expertise to offer legal support beyond the courtroom. Our compassionate counsel is not just about navigating the complexities of the law; it’s about understanding the emotional nuances involved in family legal matters. Through a combination of understanding, advocacy, and a commitment to tangible results, we can make a positive difference in the lives of your little ones during challenging times.

If you face child support challenges in Mississauga, Nelson Family Law is here to help.