Child support is determined by a formula. While this may seem very straightforward, that is not always the case. Accurate figures are essential for the successful use of the child support formula. When the figures are inaccurate, so is the resulting child support amount. At the Law Offices of Nooney & Roberts, our attorneys will be diligent and make certain that the numbers are correct. We will work for you.
Contact our child support attorneys at (904) 398-1992 to schedule a free initial consultation.
With more than 28 years of combined experience, the lawyers at the Law Offices of Nooney & Roberts understand child support. We are available to put our knowledge to work for people in Jacksonville and throughout North Florida, including St. Augustine, Orange Park, Callahan, and Palatka.
One key component in making certain that the child support guidelines lead to an accurate determination is collecting the correct details about each parent’s income and assets. A second important piece is determining the needs of the child, taking into account special medical needs or other factors. Our attorneys will carefully investigate your case to make certain that all of the facts are on the table to ensure that the custodial parent receives the financial support necessary to raise a child.
If your case has already been resolved, but you are not receiving child support payments from your former spouse, we can help. You have remedies and we can seek to recover payment through the court. The court may order wage garnishment, an income deduction order, or hold the payer in contempt of court.
If you are receiving child support, but there have been major changes in income of you or your former spouse, we can help you seek modification of the child support order. Maybe your wages are reduced or your former spouse received a promotion. In either case, we can seek to have that life change reflected in the support order.
Contact us at (904) 398-1992 for a free initial consultation with one of our child support attorneys.