San Bernardino Child Support Attorney
Arriving at a Fair Child Support Arrangement
Are you concerned about how child support will be calculated in your case?
Are you worried about an unfair arrangement? Whether you are expecting
to pay or receive support, it can be helpful to understand how the court
will determine an appropriate order. At Aruna P. Rodrigo, Family Law Attorney,
we make it a priority to help our
divorce clients navigate complex matters such as child support.
During this emotional and challenging time, do not go without quality legal
guidance you can count on! We always puts your interests first, implementing
a client-focused approach. Trust us to provide the advocacy you need to
resolve your child support issue and move forward with your future.
Call our firm today at (909) 344-5704 to get started!
Factors Involved in Calculating Child Support
Similar to many other contentious issues involved in divorce, child support
can often bring disputes and arguments—even in the most peaceful
proceedings. Whether you and your spouse want to resolve matters between
yourselves or need to take your case to the court, it is imperative that
you have legal counsel throughout this time. Regardless of the details
of your case, the court will have to approve a support document to ensure
that it meets the requirements, more specifically, that it is in your
child's best interests.
In general, the following factors are used to calculate support:
- Each parent's monthly income
- The health insurance and medical needs of the child
- How much time the child will spend with the non-custodial parent
- The number of children that are depending on support
- Amount of alimony, if any, non-custodial parent is paying
- Any other factors that may affect support needs
Learn about wage garnishment for child support in California!
While child support orders will be enforced as permanent, there are opportunities for
modifications to be made. If you have immediate concerns about a support agreement,
you can appeal the court's decision. However, if you run into issues
down the road, such as a change of employment or medical concerns, you
can petition the court for a modification. The San Bernardino divorce
attorney at our firm is here to help!
Contact Aruna P. Rodrigo, Family Law Attorney today to get the counsel and representation you deserve.