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Establishing parenting time can help with support payments

Finances are typically on both spouses' minds during a divorce and understandably so. Even though the recent recession is in the rearview mirror for most people, there may still be a feeling of insecurity when it comes to jobs and finances. This can be especially true for Oregon parents who must also ensure the continued security of their children. Luckily, child support payments made by one parent to the other can help establish financial security for any children involved, and the amounts ordered are typically based, at least partially, on how much parenting time each party has. 

Establishing parenting time can help with support payments

Finances are typically on both spouses' minds during a divorce and understandably so. Even though the recent recession is in the rearview mirror for most people, there may still be a feeling of insecurity when it comes to jobs and finances. This can be especially true for Oregon parents who must also ensure the continued security of their children. Luckily, child support payments made by one parent to the other can help establish financial security for any children involved, and the amounts ordered are typically based, at least partially, on how much parenting time each party has. 

Support payments must reflect income, child custody arrangement

For many in Oregon, it may seem that expenses for children, such as school fees or new shoes, are on the rise. Sometimes, the primary parent in the child custody agreement may end up shouldering more of these costs than they believe they are actually responsible for. This can sometimes be the result of changes in either parent's financial situation.

Support payments must reflect income, child custody arrangement

For many in Oregon, it may seem that expenses for children, such as school fees or new shoes, are on the rise. Sometimes, the primary parent in the child custody agreement may end up shouldering more of these costs than they believe they are actually responsible for. This can sometimes be the result of changes in either parent's financial situation.