Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Modification of Child Support

If you have child support modification issues it is important to consult with an attorney who is skilled and experienced.   Please contact Sanchez and Associates, P.A. Tampa Child Support attorney, Nilo J. Sanchez, Jr. at 813-879-4600 to schedule a consultation.

Top AVVO Rated Child support lawyer Nilo J. Sanchez, Jr. located in Tampa, Florida often assists clients with the establishment of child support as well as with the enforcement and modification of child support orders. Top AVVO Rated Child Support in Florida is governed under Florida Statute 61.30. In determining child support, the court looks to many factors including, but not limited to each parties’ net income and the time-sharing schedule of the child between the parties. Under Florida law, both parents are required to contribute towards the support of their children. You should make sure you consult with an experienced Top AVVO Rated Tampa family law lawyer to fully comprehend all aspects of child support as it relates to your child support case.

Top AVVO Rated Child Support Lawyer Nilo Sanchez is able to assist clients in obtaining the child support amounts he/she is entitled to under Florida law, either through negotiations or in a contested court hearing. Nilo Sanchez assists his clients in obtaining court-approved child support modifications when their economic circumstances substantially change since the entry of the Final Judgment. When a parent’s economic situations change substantially, it may be possible for that parent to modify their child support by filing a Supplemental Petition for Modification.  Additionally, substantial changes to a parent’s time-share schedule may also warrant and justify a modification of child support.

1 comment:

Roy & Associates said...

Generally speaking, the Courts will try to keep the amount each parent contributes as fair as possible in relation to child care duties, related expenses, and spousal income. This may mean that while the child lives predominantly with one parent, those associated costs are offset by increased child support payments by the second parent.

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