Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: How is child support calculated in Wisconsin?
A: Child support is calculated based on factors like physical placement and each parent’s income.
Q: Can parents agree to waive child support?
A: While parents can agree to modify child support, waiving it completely may require court approval.
Q: What is a serial family in child support?
A: A serial family involves situations where a parent has children from different relationships, potentially impacting child support calculations.
Q: How is custody determined in Wisconsin?
A: Custody decisions are based on factors such as each parent’s ability to provide a stable and supportive environment for the child.
Q: What laws govern child support in Wisconsin?
A: Child support laws in Wisconsin are governed by Chapter 767 of the family law code.
Q: How often is child support reviewed in Wisconsin?
A: Child support orders can be reviewed and modified if significant changes occur or after 33 months.
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