Young rapper, Bow Wow, has been ordered to pay the mother of his child, Joie Chavis, $3,000 per month in child support. Additionally, Bow Wow reported on his Income and Expense Declaration $4,000 per month in income working as an employee of Cash Money Records.
Further, it is interesting to note that at the end of the court hearing, Bow Wow, along with three other people, was named host of BET’s “106 & Park,” which Bow Wow made no mention of in court or in his court documents filed.
From an Orange County child support lawyer’s perspective, child support is primarily based on both parties’ gross monthly income and timeshare the non-custodial parent has with the minor child.
Also, the more the non-custodial parent visits with minor child, the less child support he or she will have to pay.
For more information on child support issues you may have in Los Angeles or Orange County, contact an Orange County child support lawyer for assistance.