On behalf of Stange Law Firm, PC posted in Child Support on Friday, May 24, 2019.
We’ve devoted a little bit of time on this blog to discussing child support. Child support can include many expenses, from day-to-day living costs to extracurricular activities and medical expenses. Although the state implements guidelines that serve as a starting point for child support considerations, the circumstances often justify a deviation from those recommendations. Of course, the facts of each case are often disputable, which could have a profound impact on a child support obligation.
These arguments are not just powerful on the front end of child support disputes, either. Instead, as we discussed recently on the blog, child support modification can be warranted if an individual’s circumstances change substantially. So, a lost job, the onset of a medical condition or an increase in a child’s needs may all warrant a child support modification.
Regardless of which side of these disputes you fall on, there are a lot of financial resources on the line. Noncustodial parents may be left unable to provide for themselves, let alone their children, when support obligations are too high, and custodial parents may struggle to provide for their children if support amounts are too low. With strong legal arguments, you can position yourself well to protect your, and perhaps your child’s, financial interest.
At the Stange Law Firm, we are adept at handling child support disputes. We have a keen eye for identifying facts that have legal significance, and we exploit those facts to our clients’ advantage by creating strong and compelling arguments. Before making our clients’ cases in front of a judge, though, we engage in careful negotiations to help our clients reach amicable resolutions that leave them satisfied and protected. We offer customizable approaches to a wide range of child support needs, which is why time and again we prove our worth to our clients by assisting them in reaching favorable child support outcomes.