A lot of people might think that a court-ordered child support payment would be the answer to all of their financial problems, but that’s not necessarily the case.

In Alabama, child support payments are based on the amount the child owes, not on the number of children the parent has.

The court considers only the amount owed, not the number or amount of children.

If you owe more than the amount that the court says is due, you’re still not entitled to child support.

The judge must decide the amount based on your income, family size and other factors.

However, if you owe a total of more than $200,000, you could be entitled to payments.

The court will then give you the money.

To find out more about child support and the amount you should pay, see this article.

Read more about Child Support in the UK.

Find out more: