Child Support

When a dating relationship ends in divorce or separation, one parent may be ordered to provide a specific amount of child support, determined by employment, income, and other available resources, directly to the other parent or conservator.


Child support, like other issues in family law, may be set through mediation, arbitration, or other collaborative law practices. This means you can reach a solution for your child support issue while avoiding the higher costs and stresses of court hearings or trials. However, if a fair resolution to child support cannot be reached through such means, we will take a focused, aggressive approach in handling the matter in court before a judge so you can get the child support you and your children deserve.

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