Every child deserves the support of his or her parents, and that includes financial support. Most parents want to provide for their children, but they do not always know how to get the support their child needs and they don't always agree on how much support is really necessary.
The law has taken some of the guesswork out of support by providing child support guidelines. The guidelines state how much support will be provided based upon the income of the non-custodial parent and the number of children being supported. However, the guidelines do not account for special needs that children may have, and they don't address the issues of very high income couples.Whether establishing an inital Child Support Order, Modifying an Order presently in place (due to loss of job, significant decrease in pay, child’s increased needs, etc.) and/or enforcement of a child support Order (having trouble receiving or paying your court ordered child support), allow us to help you present your case for child support or help with enforcement of your child support Order. Contact our Attorneys at the Greene Law Offices, PLLC.