Determining custody takes a toll on both the parents and the children involved in a particular case. Our child custody attorney will work closely with you throughout the entire proceeding and always put the interests of the children first.
Child support is governed by the Child Support Standards Act and calculated using a percentage of the non-custodial parent’s income, minus FICA. In special circumstances, the non-custodial parent may deviate from the formula, such as cases involving children with special needs, emancipation, loss of employment, and personal health considerations. Our child custody attorneys are ready to assist no matter what your case involves.
This works best in cases where both parents and the children can agree. However, total agreement isn’t always possible, so a conciliatory arrangement must be reached in the best interests of the child. In some cases, only supervised visitation is allowed. No matter what, we will always act in the children’s best interests.
If you are looking to adopt a child, or give one up for adoption, we are here to help you.
The information above is very basic and is not meant to serve as legal advice. If you wish to discuss your case in more depth, call us today