Child Support

In South Carolina, there is a strong public policy interest in making certain that both parents financially support a child. Therefore, child support laws and regulations are strictly enforced in our state. Support is determined by considering factors such as the income of the parents, the responsibilities of the parents, the number of children in the home, and the specific needs of the children.

Emily Ayers can help you determine the appropriate dollar amount each parent should be contributing towards support, propose or contest a modification, or file a Rule to Show Cause for enforcement of a pre-existing order.