Among the challenges that arise from divorce and child custody proceedings is the ability for parents to provide adequate support for their children. It is extremely important to remember that it is a child’s right to receive appropriate child support. In most divorce or separation cases, it is necessary for the parent who does not live with the child more than half of the overnights in a year (non-custodial parent) to provide financial support to the parent who lives primarily with the child (custodial parent).
The court considers the following elements, among others, when establishing a child support arrangement:
When it comes to determining the financial arrangements regarding child support, the experienced family law attorneys at Williams Family Law, P.C., are here to help.
Our Value: Beneficial Child Support Solutions in Bucks County
At Williams Family Law, we handle a variety of family law issues, including matters relating to child support. Our family law attorneys will help you to manage the economic issues related to child support. We understand the importance of children benefiting from the income of both parents. Our firm has decades of experience with handling family law matters and a strong local knowledge of the Bucks County court system. As a result, we strive to provide practical solutions tailored to our clients’ individual needs.
Contact Us Regarding Your Child Support Needs in Bucks County
If you are seeking child support, have questions about child support, or need help establishing or managing a child support arrangement, the experienced family law attorneys at Williams Family Law are here to help. To discuss your child support matters with an experienced family law attorney, please contact our office.
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