following a divorce or separation is a source of stress and contention for many parents. If you're a single parent who needs financial support for your child, you'll need guidance regarding your rights for getting support from the other parent. If you're a parent who does not have custody and is being asked to pay child support, you will need help from an attorney to ensure you pay a fair amount.
Oregon has a particularly complicated formula regarding the calculation and payment of child support. Moreover, child support is often modified after a divorce due to changing circumstances for the parents and children. This makes it vital to have an attorney well versed in Oregon's child support laws.