Military Child Support
Federal regulations require military personnel to provide support for their family members. The terms of support typically falls under the jurisdiction of the state where the divorce was filed and is subject to the court orders, support agreements, and interim support measures mandated at the state level.
Military Regulations for Child Support
Military regulations include several standard voluntary procedures in addition to general court procedures. Service members should work with a local CSS agent to establish a voluntary support agreement. If no voluntary support agreement is put in place, the CSS agent request that the courts set interim support measures until the legal obligation can be established. The interim amount is generally less than the amount normally mandated through a state's child support guidelines.
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