What You Need to Know
It is important to know that child support and child custody arrangements can be agreed upon by both parents outside of court. When that can’t happen, a decision from the court will be necessary. A judge will always look out for the best interest of the child. Our job is to prove that you are doing just that. Custody agreements are based on numerous factors. Where the child goes to school and which home will provide the least disruption are among the most important. For some families, 50-50 custody works best. For others, primary custody will be awarded for one parent.
Child support is another tricky concept. A judge will look at each parent’s earning capacity as well as their ability to provide for their children. If one party makes substantially more income than the other, they may be asked to help financially. It all depends on your specific situation. Modifications can be made should your needs change. For example, a significant pay increase or decrease can change an agreement. As children get older, their needs change. We can help you adapt and get what is fair.
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