In a divorce or custody case, child support is chiefly based on the incomes of the parents and is generally a form much-needed support for the child. In almost all divorce cases, the parent who does not win custody is required to pay child support.
Whether you're not getting the funds you need, believe your spouse is mishandling the money you provide, or you want to adjust your child support payment amount, the Law Office Of April Palmer has the experienced and compassionate support you deserve.
• Self-reported income or hidden income
• Seasonal or fluctuating income
• Intentional unemployment or underemployment
• Support obligations to other children
• Income above the child support guidelines
• Extraordinary expenses (private tuition, special services)
• Adjustment for parenting time (amount of visitation)
• Adjusted support after parent relocation
Whether your spouse isn't paying the court-mandated amount or your circumstances in life change, the right lawyer can settle a child support case quickly, easily, and affordably. When it comes to caring for your child, no one will fight for your rights like we will.