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There are also two types of formal Child Support Agreements that parents can enter into.
The first of which is a Limited Child Support Agreement. For this kind of agreement to be entered into, the parents must have a child support assessment with the Child Support Agency, as the payments that are stipulated in the such an agreement must be either equal to or greater than the calculated payments by the Agency.
The second formal agreement is a Binding Child Support Agreement. This agreement is a contract between the two parents that sets out the terms of the agreement in relation to how much will be paid, and when and how the support is to be paid.
This agreement is generally used to formalise the future child support payable, until the child(ren) turns 18 or until they complete their final year of school. Before a Binding Child Support Agreement can be entered into, both parents must obtain their own independent legal advice. This agreement is also more difficult to be terminated or set aside, than a Limited Child Support Agreement.
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