Get Legal Help with Child Support
Whether you need to resolve the issue of child support payment as part of a divorce, or you are an unmarried parent involved in a child support dispute, difficult family and economic issues in a child support case need to be resolved reasonably and objectively. Can you and the other parent agree on a child support payment plan? Will you need to go to court to get a child support order? How much child support is available in your situation? What factors will a court look to in setting the amount of child support? If child support is not being paid, what are your enforcement options? Even though legal disputes involving child support have the potential to be stressful and emotional, having an experienced child support attorney on your side can make the process easier, and can help to ensure that your interests are protected to the fullest extent possible.
How a Child Support Attorney Can Help
No matter the specific circumstances of your child support situation -- going through a divorce, seeking enforcement of a support order, trying to get payments reduced, etc. -- now is the time to make sure you will have an experienced child support attorney on your side throughout the process. Perhaps more so than in other types of civil law cases, what can be at stake in a child support dispute will seriously impact you and your child now and for many years in the future. An experienced child support attorney will evaluate your case with you -- explaining what you can expect at every stage in the process, and identifying your options. Your attorney will represent you zealously, and will act to protect both your legal rights and your personal interests, all with the goal of ensuring that the outcome of your case is as favorable for you as possible.
Finding an Experienced Child Support Attorney
To find a child support attorney or law firm to help you with resolution of child support and all related issues, go to the "Find a Lawyer" box below. You can also search for an experienced Child Support Attorney near you by using the FindLaw Lawyer Directory.