Can an order for child support be changed?
Most child support orders are fair and reasonable at the time they are entered; however, the circumstances of people’s lives often change. An order for child support may be modified every three years or upon a material change in circumstances. Either parent may petition in Family Court for a modification of child support. If the Churchill County District Attorney's Child Support Division is handling your child support enforcement or payment processing, they will also seek review of a child support order upon the request of either parent.

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1. Can an order for child support be changed?
2. Even though child support was ordered, the non-custodial parent is making payments. How can I enforce an order for child support?
3. Modifications