The court can deviate from these guidelines when special circumstances arise. We can help you understand these special circumstances and other child support challenges. Most importantly, we can advocate for your special circumstances to be fully considered by the courts. Oftentimes, this advocacy makes it possible for parents to seek new skills through education or job-training, adjust their income to allow for more time parenting and make allowances for the unique situation of your family.
The issue of child support payments touches on many of your concerns as a parent. Most parents want to see that their children are well-taken care of in the divorce process and will work closely with their partner to ensure that their child or children’s needs are fully met.
However, there will be situations where one party disagrees with the monetary amount that it takes to raise the child and provide for his or her needs, and in these cases the court uses legal statutes as a basis for deciding the amount required for that child or children in the home.
Child Support Modification
Sometimes, after a divorce has been finalized and child support arrangements have been determined, it may become necessary to reevaluate the original order. If significant changes in the circumstances of one or both parents occur, we are proficient in representing parents in modifications of existing child support arrangements.
They help their clients determine child support payments at the time of divorce, and also help clients modify or enforce child support arrangements after a divorce has been finalized. With decades of divorce and family law experience, their team is committed to compassionately and aggressively fighting for the child support arrangements that will work best for you and for your children.
When you retain the Bromund Law Group, you have a team of experienced divorce attorneys, forensic accountants, investigators, and highly skilled support staff resolving your case. Nothing is more important than giving your family the security and peace of mind that comes from knowing how you will support your children.