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Child Support Law

Understand Your Rights And Responsibilities Regarding Child Support

The societal and legal expectation is that parents support their children, regardless of whether they are together or not. For separated or divorced parents, this typically involves one parent making child support payments to the other. The determination of these payments considers factors like the child’s primary residence, the comparative income of each parent, and any special needs of the child that incur additional expenses.

At Boynton, Waldron, Doleac, Woodman & Scott, P.A., we understand the complexities surrounding child support. Concerns like paying more than you can afford, receiving insufficient support, fair consideration of both parents’ incomes and resources, and assistance with enforcement or modification of child support are areas we address.

Our experienced child support lawyers are equipped with the knowledge and empathy to guide you through these family law matters.

How Child Support Is Calculated:

  • Child support is determined by state guidelines, specifically the NH Child Support Guidelines.
  • This formula considers various factors to calculate the support one parent should pay to the other for their minor children.
  • Deviations from these guidelines may be justified in certain situations, either increasing or decreasing the support amount.

How To Get The Legal Counsel You Need About Child Support: Family law matters, including child custody, visitation, parenting time, and child support, are crucial, especially during divorce or separation. If you have questions or concerns about these issues, either before or after a court order is established, our firm is here to assist.

Navigating The Complexities of Child Support: At Boynton, Waldron, Doleac, Woodman & Scott, P.A., our priority is to navigate the complexities of child support and family law. Our attorneys are adept at handling these sensitive issues, ensuring that child support arrangements are in your child’s best interests and fair for both parents.

Legal Guidance on Child Support: Whether it’s establishing, modifying, or enforcing child support, our team offers the necessary legal support and guidance. We pride ourselves on representing family law clients with compassionate and competent legal counsel to protect your and your child’s rights. Contact us to discuss your family’s unique situation.

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