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Child Support Lawyer in Allen County, IN and the Surrounding Areas
When parents of a minor child get divorced, it’s not uncommon for one parent to need financial support from the other in order to pay for the child’s expenses. Child support can be a critical issue for either parent and disputes often arise about how much should be paid. I am an experienced family lawyer who can offer counsel and court representation in issues regarding child support. I can help you determine the fair child support obligation and represent you in disputes and modification requests in the Allen County, IN area. Call today to discuss your situation with a qualified child support attorney.
How Does Child Support Court Determine the Appropriate Payment Amount?
Important factors in determining child support include:
- The income of both parents
- Their ability to work
- Their work history and education level
- The amount paid for child care and the children’s health insurance
- Whether there are any child support orders issued for other children
For these reasons, when you are meeting with me to discuss a child support obligation, I recommend you bring your recent paystubs and tax returns, as well as any information you have about the cost of day care and health insurance.
Speak With an Experienced Child Support Attorney Today
Whether you are simply looking for advice or you need representation in court, I will fight to achieve the best possible outcome for you. Contact Toole Law Offices today to discuss your situation with me in a free 30-minute initial consultation.
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