In Iowa, divorces that involve children automatically enter an order for child custody, child support and visitation when the order for the divorce is entered. However, if you were never married to your child (or children’s) other parent, you can still petition (request) the Court for a child support order. Read the full article here: https://www.oflaherty-law.com/learn-about-law/how-is-child-support-calculated-for-unmarried-parents-in-iowa
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If you wish to request a child support order from the Iowa courts, but you were never married to the other party, this is the video for you. In this video we discuss how child support is calculated for parents in the State of Iowa, including: Where Do I File for Child Support in Iowa If I Was Never Married?, What Steps Are Required to Get Child Support in Iowa?, and How Is Iowa Child Support Calculated?