Child support is considered money a parent pays for a child’s living expenses. Whether the parents are separated, divorced, or have never been married, judges can order child support when parents live apart. The non-custodial parent who doesn’t live with the child will usually have to pay support to the parent caring for the child on a daily basis.
Going through a child support issue can be hard task to accomplish on your own, and may require help to get through it. With years of experience in dealing with the difficult the emotional aspects of legal family conflicts, the dedicated team of Argos Legal Group strives to resolve child support matters as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible.
Divorce or separation often involves a hard and emotional battle. The role played by an experienced legal team in a child support case can not be overlooked. Working with an attorney who understands the legalities involved in filing for child support often can give the case a fresh perspective, while also improving your chances of winning the case.
Planning for life after separation is challenging for many reasons. One of the greatest obstacles is the uncertainty about the financial obligations you will have. It’s important to speak with a lawyer early on in the process. At Argos Legal Group, we will assess your unique situation, while helping you form a solid and realistic resolution.
There are no set national standards for settling child support matters. Each individual state has its own formula for figuring out the amount of child support due to be paid. While both parents are typically responsible for their child’s needs, the court can usually get involved when the child is only living with one of the parents.
Child support can oftentimes be an emotionally charged issue for many parents. Ensuring that your children are as well-supported both financially and emotionally is your top priority. With established success in navigating clients through some of life’s most difficult challenges, Argos Legal Group is here for you. Take the first step and schedule an appointment with one of our family law lawyers to discuss your child support issues!