Worcester Child Support Lawyer
Need Legal Advice for Child Support in Worcester? Call (508) 926-8833.
The purpose of arranging for child support after a
divorce is to make sure your children are financially supported and maintain a
manner of living that is relatively consistent with their lives before
the divorce. Even in cases where parents have shared custody or the children
spend equal time at both homes, child support arrangements may still be required.
Why Choose Our Child Support Attorney?
- 30+ years of legal experience
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- Client-focused, proven representation
- Hundreds of clients helped
Our state determines child support using income-based guidelines, and a
Worcester divorce lawyer will be able to create an accurate accounting
of you and your former spouse's financial situation. Though it can
sound overwhelming, the child support process does not have to be stressful
with the right attorney on your side. The Law Office of Robert W. Kovacs,
Jr. is here to represent your financial interests after a divorce.
Family law requires a special understanding and sensitivity, and as we are backed
by 30+ years' legal experience, we know how to find workable support
arrangements that allow families to move forward.
We know that your children are your priority and that keeping their financial
future stable is of the utmost importance.
Give us a call today or
email us to discover how we can help you!
Worcester Child Support Guidelines & Your Case
Under state guidelines, your marital asset division and
child custody agreement will also be used to calculate your child support. You may deviate
from the state child support guidelines if you and your ex-spouse can
mutually agree on a different amount, or if a judge determines that an
exception is to be made. If you or your ex-spouse has unusual expense
considerations, or if one of your incomes regularly fluctuates (seasonal
workers or those who rely on tips),
you may want to settle on an arrangement outside of court.
Even if you were the primary wage-earner during your marriage, you will
not automatically be required to pay a certain amount. Every case is different
and is handled on an individual basis. Whatever your situation, our firm
will be able to help create a child support agreement that is reasonable
and accurately reflects your ability to support your children's needs.
Contact a Worcester child support attorney today to protect your interests after a divorce.