Child Support Attorney In Orlando
Determining Child Support Payments
Child support is an essential portion of any divorce case involving minor children. It refers to the ongoing monthly payments from one parent to another to care for the needs of the child. The government believes that both parents should partake in the upbringing and financial care of their child when possible. These payments are typically made from the non-custodial parent to the custodial parent to ensure that the child’s standard of living has not been compromised in the divorce.
These payments go toward financially providing for the child after the divorce is established. It is therefore important to ensure that you obtain ample legal assistance from an Orlando divorce attorney at my firm. The amount and way that child support works will vary from case to case. At the Law Office of Adam L. Pollack, I have the experience of handling all types of issues that arise in child support divorce disputes.
How is Child Support Determined?
In the state of Florida, child support is determined through many different guidelines. The three factors that are typically used to decide child support include:
- Income of both parents
- Child’s health care needs
- Standard of living before divorce
Ultimately, the best interest of the child will be used to determine the child support payments. At the Law Office of Adam L. Pollack, I offer a free case evaluation. I can discuss with you what should be expected in your case to provide you with a general idea of the outcome of child support. In addition, I can help you pursue a modification of the child support orders after the divorce decree has been established. Feel free to contact my firm at your earliest convenience! It is important to ensure that your rights are protected and that the best interest of your child is made the first priority.