June 24, 2024

Walking You Through the Child Support Guidelines and Calculations

When it comes to your children, you want to ensure you are taking into account all considerations involving child support and custody. Child support can be a fairly straightforward matter to handle during a divorce, or can raise several challenges when dealing with unmarried parents. The Greensboro child support lawyers at our firm can thoroughly examine your situation and address all potential issues involved in your matter.

If you are going through a divorce or are in need of financial support from your child’s other parent, our attorneys at this firm, can help. We provide our clients with competent, compassionate and dedicated representation. Contact us online for your free consultation.

Creating a Child Support Arrangement That Fits Your Child’s Needs

At our firm, we always focus on what is best for your child. Child support is financial support meant to provide for all of your child’s needs, including day care, medical, dental, living and other expenses. Your child deserves to have each parent’s full support until your child has reached adulthood.

We will spend time with you to learn about your child, including any special needs your child may have. We will also work to determine each parent’s income. We will then look to the child support guidelines as set out by the North Carolina legislature to provide an accurate calculation of monthly child support payments.

Modifying Child Support as Circumstances Change

Attorney is available to help you seek a modification of your current child support order. Whether you are the obligor who has lost your job and needs to seek a downward adjustment in your payment, or you are the receiver and are in need of more financial support as your child ages, we are here to help you.

We will evaluate your situation to see if circumstances have substantially changed to a point that the family law court would allow a modification. If so, we will walk you through the full process, from initial filing through the hearing to the execution and implementation of a new order.

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