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Child support is money one parent pays the other parent to meet the needs of a child.
Information on Child Support
You can ask the court to make temporary orders after you file a case. If you already have a case you may also ask the court to make temporary orders. If you feel your child is in danger you may also ask for an Immediate Danger order.Information on Temporary Custody Orders
Preparing for court
Video: Prepare for Your Hearing
Custody and Parenting Time
Information on how to modify your child support, parenting time, or custody after your judgment and paperwork are final in your case.
The main difference between a legal separation and a divorce is that spouses are still married after a legal separation. Like a divorce, a legal separation judgment can establish custody, parenting time, and child support. The judgment can also divide property and debts and establish spousal or partner support .
Legal Separation Information
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