Child support dictates establish the framework for how finances will be handled between parents during the course of the child's life. In a matter of this utmost importance, sound legal advice can help. At Mark Lipinski PA, our accomplished attorneys use their skill working with family law to represent clients in Bradenton and neighboring Florida communities. Our two lawyers are highly skilled in Florida and federal law. They are not afraid to fight for client rights and will go to trial if that is advantageous for the case.
Bradenton Child Support Attorney
Find out how the extensive experience of our lawyers can help your child support or enforcement issue. To schedule an initial consultation with one of our qualified family law attorneys, please contact us by calling 941-405-0241 or send us an e-mail.
Our goal is to resolve child support matters by protecting the rights of our clients. We use a compassionate but tough style of representation to guide our clients through the process that determines child support initially and enforces that child support in the future.
While a court will determine the actual dollar amount to be allocated, our experienced representation can help make that amount a fair value given the client's unique set of circumstances. A systematic process under Florida law guides how child support is divided between the parents of the child. The amount the non-residential parent will have to pay for child support is a determination made from the court weighing several different factors, including:
- Alimony or spousal support
- Child custody or parenting plans
- Property division
There is a direct relationship between how much custody a client has and the dollar amount he or she has to pay. From our experience we know how frustrating child support arrangements and subsequent child support enforcement of those provisions can be for clients, especially because these issues arise after a divorce or paternity case.
Palmetto Child Support Agreement Attorney
If you are faced with a family law matter involving child support or modification, schedule an appointment with one of our attorneys to review the details of your case. Please call us at 941-405-0241 or send an e-mail to arrange an initial consultation.