Greensboro Child Support Attorney
Arthur & Kirkman
At Arthur & Kirkman, our child support lawyers have extensive experience representing mothers and fathers in child support disputes. Whether you need help establishing child support, modifying or enforcing a previous child support order, or working with the local Child Support Enforcement Agency, we can guide you through the legal process and protect your rights.
All parents have a legal obligation to financially support their children. When parents no longer live together it may be necessary to determine the child support obligation of the non-residential, non-custodial parent through a court order or written agreement.
How is the Amount of Child Support Determined?
For the vast majority of parents, the answer is simple – the North Carolina Child Support Guidelines are used to calculate the amount of child support. A guideline child support calculation takes into account various information such as each parent’s income, the custodial schedule, work-related child care costs, health insurance, and any other extraordinary special expenses. Unless the parents agree to a different child support amount, the court will generally order child support to be paid in the amount determined by the child support guidelines.
Trusted Advocates in Child Support Matters
At Arthur & Kirkman, we have a reputation for providing strong advocacy and sound counsel in child support cases. If you are facing a child support dispute, don't hesitate to contact us at 336-274-7898 or online to schedule a consultation with one of our experienced Greensboro family law attorneys. We serve clients in Greensboro, High Point, Oak Ridge, Summerfield, Pleasant Garden, Jamestown, Gibsonville, and Guilford County.
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