Is Child Support Taxable

What Is Child Support and How Is It Determined in Nevada? Child support is a payment made by a non-custodial parent to the custodial parent for the purpose of financially supporting their child. In Nevada, child support is calculated using a number of different factors,...

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How to Win a Child Support Modification Case

How to Win a Child Support Modification Case So you need to change your child support agreement? Nevada is a no-fault divorce state, which means that the courts can modify child support agreements for any reason. If you can prove to the court that there has been a significant...

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Retroactive Child Support

Retroactive Child Support In Nevada In the State of Nevada, both parents have an obligation to provide financial support for a minor child that includes necessary maintenance, education, and health care (NRS 125B.020(1). But what if one parent refuses to pay child support to...

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