What is in a support order?

The final court Order will include a child support obligation dollar figure, to be paid by income withholding for an employed parent (usually expressed in "$____/month"), a child care contribution, each parent's responsibility for medical insurance or uninsured medical expenses, each parent's responsibility to report certain changes in circumstances or coverage to the Friend of the Court, reimbursement for pregnancy and/or childbirth expenses and, if the parties agree, a provision for parenting time or custody.

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1. What is a "support order"?
2. What is in a support order?
3. How do I get a court order for child support?
4. How is child support determined?
5. Will the Prosecutor help me collect child support?
6. What if the parent responsible for paying lives outside Michigan?
7. The parent responsible for paying support has stopped paying. What can be done?
8. How can a non-paying parent be found?
9. The parent responsible for paying support has moved to another state. What do I do?
10. What web sites have Michigan child support-related information?