Are You Considering Custody or Child Support?

Understing Custody

Custody arrangements involve legal responsibility for minor children, often outlined in a Parenting Plan. Whether it’s shared parenting or sole custody, we help establish arrangements that prioritize the best interests of the child.

Child Support Matters

Child support is essential for meeting a child’s needs, covering expenses like food, clothing, and education. Our firm assists in determining fair and equitable child support obligations based on each parent’s financial circumstances.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Custody and Child Support

Sole custody grants one parent full legal responsibility for the child, while shared parenting divides responsibility between both parents.

Child support amounts are determined based on factors such as each parent’s income, the percentage of custody, and the child’s needs.

Yes, custody arrangements can be modified if there is a significant change in circumstances or if it’s in the child’s best interests.

Enforcement measures can be taken to ensure compliance with child support orders, including wage garnishment and other legal actions.

While informal agreements may seem convenient, it’s advisable to have a legally binding agreement to protect the rights and interests of both parents and the child.

How Our Law Offices Help With Custody Services

Our law office provides comprehensive assistance in navigating custody and child support matters. From initial consultations to representing clients in court, we’re dedicated to advocating for the best interests of our clients and their children.