Child Support Lawyer

Generally, child support is paid based upon a parent’s income and the Child Support Guidelines in a monthly amount. For example, if a child lives primarily with Parent A, then Parent B will pay Parent A monthly child support.

Sometimes, when parents share time with their child(ren) on an even or close to even basis, a set-off amount of child support is calculated.

Your child(ren) may also have expenses called special or extraordinary expenses. These expenses can include items like health and dental expenses, orthodontic, tuition or extracurricular expenses.

We will advise you on how the issue of child support should be resolved in your family law matter based upon the parenting arrangements and incomes.