It is a legal requirement for a non-resident parent to pay child maintenance to the resident parent, following a divorce or separation. The question that is more important however, is how much maintenance should be paid.
While the Child Maintenance Service would initially deal with any application (and possible enforcement) it is possible, under certain circumstances, to obtain a top-up from the court, and we can advise you whether your case would fall into such a circumstance.
At Premier Solicitors, we can assist you in determining how much is required to be paid and, more importantly, provide a full explanation as to why it is essential for this payment to be made on time and with any deductions.
At Premier Solicitors, we offer an initial consultation at a fixed cost - should you wish to have a confidential and no-obligation discussion, please contact 01234 358 080 (option 4) or send your email to firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our team will contact you.
Child Maintenance Talk to Premier Solicitors. By taking a proactive approach and seeking support when needed, you can help to ensure that your children receive the financial support they need after a divorce. Call Premier Solicitors